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GridwiseTech conquers no-man's land

10-30-2007 06:19 PM CET | IT, New Media & Software

Press release from: GridwiseTech

Grid infrastructure integration testing is still no-man's land. This is because best practices only exist within isolated communities and are not brought into public discussion. GridwiseTech took up the challenge to define best practices by conducting comprehensive research in this area as a vendor independent expert. The outcomes of this project were presented for the first time in public at the EGEE'07 conference in Budapest by Pawel Plaszczak.

GridwiseTech's research focused on how to achieve and maintain business-class reliability with a large-scale infrastructure that is fragmented into different geographical and administrative domains.

Grid installations have become an attractive target for industry looking to either replicate the technology internally or outsource their processing and data operations externally. GridwiseTech works with customers to build a scalable infrastructure. Our research concentrated on defining state-of-the-art practices to test scalable and distributed resource management infrastructures.

EGEE (Enabling Grids for e-SciencE) Grid was recently chosen by the American magazine CIO as one of the seven wonders of the IT world. The world's largest scientific grid computing infrastructure does more than 1 million jobs per month. GridwiseTech is one of four members of the EGEE Business Associate programme, which is designed to garner greater industry involvement in the EGEE.

More about Grid infrastructure integration testing be obtained by contacting GridwiseTech at www.gridwisetech.com/contact.

GridwiseTech
Chrobrego 28/4
Krakow, Poland
tel./fax: +48 12 294 71 20
contact@gridwisetech.com

Lukasz Wilczynski
mobile: +48 516 036 036
lukasz.wilczynski@gridwisetech.com

GridwiseTech is the vendor-independent expert in scalable solutions helping customers in speeding up data processing, removing application bottlenecks and building complete scalable systems. The company introduce modern concepts of Grid, virtualization, service-oriented architecture (SOA) and application-driven portals. GridwiseTech offers management consulting as well as comprehensive technical assistance in integration of multi-vendor components.
The company is present in Europe, Asia and the US, serving a wide variety of clients ranging from Fortune Global 500 companies to small and medium enterprises, to research and government agencies. For more information please visit www.gridwisetech.com.

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