Standards overload

Standards are good. But too many are bad. Such is the case with open standards for the Grid. In this article from Grid Computing Planet, standards are touted as one of the reasons for slower adoption of Grids, or at least slower migration from academia to the business enterprise. With the proliferation of web services, grid management tools are becoming more important as the article also touches on the lack of consensus for Globus as the way to go in Grid middleware.

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