Thursday, March 5, 2009

Virtual standards

Piero Poccianti, from Gruppo Montepaschi, share his enthusiastic experience at OGF25 in sharing knowledge about standards and tools for virtualization. Montepaschi is indeed investigating the possibility to connect the existing computational infrastructure to external grids; OpenNebula, he says, has been an happy surprise.

1 comment:

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