Aliso Viejo, California – (The Hosting News) – May 22, 2007 – Grid and utility computing services for deployment and scaling of web applications firm, 3Tera, is scheduled to participate in and host a discussion, featuring its CEO, Vlad Miloushev, on Friday, May 25 at ISPCON 2007, at the Rosen Centre Hotel in Orlando, Florida.
”Getting into the Grid: Offering Utility Computing Through Hosted Grids,” is part of the event featuring together 2500+ wired and wireless ISPs, CLECs, webhosts, VoIP providers and other Internet industry professionals to discuss all facets of Internet businesses. ISPCON will shine the spotlight on the â€˜howâ€™ behind the best technologies and business opportunities of the Internet industry.
Mr. Miloushev will provide a unique look at the latest data center architecture developments which enable hosting providers to offer utility computing for their SaaS and Web 2.0 customers – while significantly streamlining operations and costs for delivering scaleable online services. Attendees will learn how existing applications can be deployed as services without modification; how to benefit from the utility pricing model; how to quickly design, deploy and manage scalable infrastructure with nothing more than a browser; and how all of this can be done easier than managing a single server today.
3Tera, Inc. is a grid and utility computing services firm, whose goal is to simplify the deployment and scaling of web applications. The company’s AppLogic grid operating system is designed to enable hosting providers to offer true utility computing services that completely remove the cost and complexity associated with hardware infrastructure. Software-as-a-Service providers, enterprises, and open source developers can now get new online services to market quickly by utilizing resources from commodity hosting providers on a pay-as-you-go basis, while maintaining complete control of applications including visual operation, scaling, and on-demand resource provisioning. 3Tera is a privately-held company headquartered in Aliso Viejo, California with R and D facilities in Silicon Valley, Israel and Eastern Europe.
Now in its thirteenth year, ISPCON is the Internet Industry Event where thousands of the true innovators and pioneers who build, host and deliver Internet services and applications converge. Alongside a world-class conference, faculty and networking program, attendees such as ISPs, Web hosts, MSPs, ASPs, WISPs, ITSPs, CLECs, developers, technologists, entrepreneurs, VCs and press get the first look at the industry’s hottest Internet services, applications, strategies and technologies during the event before they reach the enterprise or consumer markets. The massive exhibit hall highlights the very best of VoIP and IP-PBXs, Hosting and Web 2.0, AJAX email, collaboration, security and e-commerce tools, SaaS, Managed Services, Municipal Broadband and Mesh networks, datacenters, open source solutions, blade, virtualization, utility and grid computing platforms and leading-edge content and connectivity systems from unlicensed wireless, WiMAX and DSL to Metro Ethernet, CDNs, IP Video and other innovations.
To learn more about 3tera, please visit: www.3tera.com.
For more information about ISPCON, please visit: www.ispcon.com.