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Inventing the Post-Web World
The O'Reilly Peer-to-Peer and
Web Services Conference

Washington, D.C. -- November 5-8, 2001
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Session

Integrating P2P Computation into Daily Workloads

Bill Bryce, Platform

Track: Business Models
Date: Monday, November 05
Time: 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Location: Dupont

The successful business model for P2P can be found in Enterprise Computing. However, to be accepted by enterprise customers, P2P-based distributed computation must be integrated into the existing computational frameworks that enterprises currently use. Most customers already have Unix and Linux-based compute clusters for distributed computing. Platform Computing will describe how P2P computing can be integrated with compute clusters, providing a seamless enterprise computing fabric that stretches from compute farms to desktop ranches.

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