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Technology Guide 3 : Cloud Computing Glossary Terms Cloud computing  A technology in which tasks are performed by computers physically removed from the user and accessed over a network, in particular the Internet Extensible markup language  A computer language that makes it easier to exchanged data among a variety of applications and to validate and interpret these data Grid computing  A technology that applies the unused processing to sources of many geographically dispersed computers in a network to form a virtual supercomputer HTML5  A page-description language that makes it possible to embed images, audio, and video directly into a document without add-ons. It makes it easier for web pages to function across different display devices, including mobile devices and desktops, and supports the storage of data offline Hybrid clouds  Clouds composed of public and private clouds, that remain unique entities but are bound together offering the benefits of multiple deployment models.
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  • Spring '09
  • Jiu
  • Grid Computing, private clouds, Extensible Markup Language

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