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Dan Hushon

Dan Hushon is the chief technologist for the Sun Grid Project. He leads the techical architecture, cross-Sun alignment, and execution of Sun's utility computing strategy; a pay as you go, multi-tenant isolated network of computing resources linked by a network operating system. Dan's specific expertise lies in the areas of adaptive enterprise architectures, distributed and distributable service oriented architectures (SOAs), and utility computing. Prior to his position as chief technologist, Dan was the chief technologist for US Client Solutions, Sun's field sales organization.

 

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I'm sitting here watching Van and his ComputeCycles.org team describe the benefits of Java and Jini in the construction of grid technologies that bridge...

In a moment of great generosity, the folks at JetBrains have offered up a free developers license for Idea/J for registered Sun Grid developers...

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The Sun's Dynamic Network Group has released the 0.1(ea) version of their Compute Server today as a...

Today marks a milestone day for software developers... as a developer myself, I share the desire to build bigger and "less" complicated applications, but doing so often involves resources that I...

Sun Grid's resource management semantics basically dictate that jobs be self-contained, and terminate all processes in order to exit.

There is really a fantastic set of resources available in the Sun Developer Network (SDN). The Sun Grid Community makes active use of both the Java.NET and SDN forums to try and maintain a...

Sun Grid looks like a traditional IT stack, exposing common interfaces to enable developers and ISV's to target different abstraction layers:

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So I've just been setup as a web-logger on the Java.Net environment. I'm really excited about this opportunity to get more involved in the Java.Net community. I have personal interests in...