3Tera Launches Grid University
February 28, 2007 -- WEB HOST INDUSTRY REVIEW -- Grid and utility computing services provider 3Tera (3tera.com) announced on Tuesday that it has launched its Grid University which will offer more than 30 online courses that provide live, interactive education on utility computing for Web applications.
The educational sessions are designed to enable software-as-a-service companies, enterprise users, hosting providers and open source developers to understand, and make effective business use of, these new technologies for Web-based data center operations.
To address all use cases and skill sets, Grid University is comprised of general knowledge, grid usage and grid Maintenance. The courses, which started yesterday, will be held each Tuesday at 4:00 pm PST and each Friday at 10:00 am PST, and are free for all attendees.
"3Tera's Grid University provided an easy, interactive way for us to learn how to use grid technology and employ a utility computing model," says Jeff Stuart, VP of operations for MyInternetServices.com. "We're now able to remotely provision resources and scale our applications on demand. As a result, we no longer have to worry about infrastructure constraints, and our customers are assured always to have updated and highly available applications."
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