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GigaSpaces Citrix integration on top of OpenStack

Published on May 25, 2011 by in GigaSpaces

3837Citrix OpenstackIn my one of my previous posts (GigaSpaces OpenStack Explained) I made a reference to the joint work that we are doing with Citrix through the integration of our new PaaS API: The specific integration with NetScaler (load balancer) and XenServer will be achieved through more open interfaces provided through the Citrix/Openstack contribution, which

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Retrospect on recent AWS Outage and Resilient Cloud-Based Architecture

Published on May 19, 2011 by in GigaSpaces

According to the television series “Terminator: the Sarah Connor Chronicles”, Skynet computer system began its attack against humanity on April 21, 2011. Luckily that hasn’t happened (or has it?) but on that very day another predominant computing system provided us with a painful reminder on how much humanity relies on computers to run the world.

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How to scale static data

Published on May 12, 2011 by in GigaSpaces

Many articles blogs and other documents have been written about how to scale your data linearly. To scale your application you need to partition your data across multiple machines each handling part of the load. If the data can be partitioned correctly, the grid can scale to include more machines and scale out. But not

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