Aliso Viejo, California – (The Hosting News) – April 10, 2007 – Utility and grid computing solutions firm, 3Tera, Inc., is hosting a webinar, featuring IT guru, Nicholas Carr, along with Bert Armijo, Co-founder and Vice President of 3Tera. In addition,. President and COO of Layered Technologies, Todd Abrams, will join the discussion concerning how data centers are being effected by the current and future state of grid technology and utility computing.
”Grid and Utility Computing – Ready for Prime Time?” – including a live technology demonstration, will take place on Tuesday, April 10th, 2007 at 1:00-3:00pm EDT, and is free to attend. CIOs, CTOs, managers of IT operations and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) companies are encouraged to register for the webinar at www.xtalks.com/gridcomputing0704.ashx.
The webinar will focus on recent advances in grid technology have enabled the first true utility computing services. For the first time, companies can build, deploy and scale complex online systems without owning or operating a single server. The advanced, yet simple approach, is designed to allow enterprises to efficiently and cost-effectively regain control of IT platforms and application delivery. SaaS companies, Web 2.0 companies, and forward-looking enterprises, are already taking advantage of this new business model.
In addition, the webinar will feature the industry’s foremost thought leaders, as they explain how to leverage utility computing to eliminate the cost and hardware barriers associated with bringing transactional web applications to market, and see first-hand how to scale online services to meet demand using only a browser.
Other topics include: How delivering online services that align with business needs, can no longer be a time-consuming, complex and budget-intensive undertaking; How leveraging a hosted grid infrastructure of standard commodity servers allows enterprises to focus on delivering new online applications and meet business objectives without the hassle of buying, installing and managing hardware in-house;
and Why utility computing is not about managed services and high consultant fees but about a clear and transparent pay-as-you-go model.
3Tera, Inc. provides grid and utility computing solutions designed to simplify the deployment, operation and scaling of online services. The company’s AppLogic grid operating system was developed to allow web hosting providers to offer true utility computing that enables anyone with a browser and basic IT skills to operate dozens of servers, and hundreds of online applications, without owning and operating hardware infrastructure. 3Tera is a privately-held company headquartered in Aliso Viejo, California with R and D facilities in Silicon Valley, Israel and Eastern Europe.
To learn more about the free webinar, please visit: www.xtalks.com/gridcomputing0704.ashx.
For more information about 3Tera, please visit: www.3tera.com.