AppLogic – The Personal centralized interactive utility grid

Filed under: AppLogic — barmijo — March 19, 2008 @ 12:58 pm

Grid computing has been evolving over the past few years from the purely academic number crunching endeavors
of it’s roots,
to new and innovative uses, including utility computing. The IEEE computer society has now published an
attempt at classifying emerging classes of grid technology. Such a classification effort is not for the faint of heart in a rapidly emerging field, but the authors do an admirable job. I was quite impressed that I could actually find a full classification for AppLogic, and if I understand the taxonomy correctly, AppLogic would be considered a “personal centralized interactive utility grid operating system” in the proposed classification.

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