Utility Computing (27 Feb 2004)
Utility computing is a recent development in IT outsourcing whereby service capacity is provided as needed and the customer pays only for actual use. This issueof the IBM Systems Journal contains twelve papers on a wide range of topics related to utility computing. Included are topics in business management, such as pricing and business models, as well as topics in the design and implementation of utility computing systems, such as automated management of resource provisioning and management of service level agreements.
Article URL: http://www.research.ibm.com/journal/sj43-1.html
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