THE IN CLOUD

Welcome to the Brand page for “THE IN CLOUD”, which is offered here for Providing temporary use of on-line non-downloadable computer software that provides intelligent policy-based governance and resource management capabilities for pools of computing and other information-technology resources, a cluster of computers, a group of computer clusters known as a grid or grids, commercial enterprise and high-performance computing data centers, dynamic, on-demand or virtualized infrastructure and data centers, utility-based computing systems, high performance computing systems, networked computers known as cloud computing environments or as the cloud, heterogeneous environments, and hybrid operating system environments; providing temporary use of on-line non-downloadable computer software that provides a single, secure interface to all of the associated computing resources for intelligent policy-based governance, workload scheduling, resource and energy monitoring, control, management and provisioning by administrators, managers, and end users in the nature of automated allocation of computing resources, analysis of computing resource availability and status information, installation of software and provisioning operating system changes, power management, software upgrades management, accounting and usage management for reporting and billing, third-party application integration management, workload policy management, and job scheduling for both batch and interactive jobs; providing temporary use of online non-downloadable computer software for automated governance, monitoring, managing, profiling, and indicating available computing and associated resources, for intelligent automation and management of multiple resources, scheduling, operating system provisioning, power management, and computing resource policy implementation that enables administrators, managers, and end users to automate, control, and utilize multiple computing resources across computer clusters and grids, heterogeneous computers, hybrid operating system environments, high-performance computing environments, and computing networks known as cloud computing environments or as the cloud and for providing data on a cluster, grid or grids, on-demand data center, high-performance computing environment, and computing networks known as cloud computing environments or as the cloud; providing temporary use of non-downloadable computer software for statistical diagnostic and performance monitoring, analysis of utilization of computing resources, analysis of efficiency of use of computer resources, analysis of optimization of computing resources, analysis of fair sharing of computing resources, analysis of load balancing of computer systems, analysis of hybrid operating system environments, and analysis of power consumption in compute environments by organizations, entities, individuals, classifications of quality of service, queues, and computing nodes; providing temporary use of non-downloadable computer software for providing a quality of service for submitted jobs and for scheduling guarantees and job reservations for users, groups, classes, accounts, and levels of quality of service; providing temporary use of non-downloadable computer software for command line and graphical resource and workload simulation, including simulation of simultaneous instances to explore the effects of configurations and policies on clusters, grids, high-performance computing environments, on-demand data centers, or networked computers known as cloud computing environments or as the cloud; providing temporary use of non-downloadable computer software for dynamic command-line and graphical management of computing resources, management of software licenses within a single computer administrative domain or across multiple heterogeneous computer administrative domains, hybrid operating system environments, file spaces, network-attached storage media, tape drives, processors, memory, disks, network bandwidth, and other hardware resources; providing temporary use of non-downloadable computer software for interface with and collection of end-user commands for job, queue, operating system, power consumption, and system management, for internal diagnostic and logging facilities, and for integration of provisioning managers, billing systems, identity and security managers and databases, and translation of resource manager job submissions; providing temporary use of non-downloadable computer software for peer-to- peer collaboration of multiple instances to provide domain-specific policies and to provide native resource management support.

Its status is currently believed to be dead. Its class is “Miscellaneous”. THE IN CLOUD is believed to have no current owner.

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Description:
Providing temporary use of on-line non-downloadable computer software that provides intelligent policy-based governance and resource management capabilities for pools of computing and other information-technology resources, a cluster of computers, a group of computer clusters known as a grid or grids, commercial enterprise and high-performance computing data centers, dynamic, on-demand or virtualized infrastructure and data centers, utility-based computing systems, high performance computing systems, networked computers known as cloud computing environments or as the cloud, heterogeneous environments, and hybrid operating system environments; providing temporary use of on-line non-downloadable computer software that provides a single, secure interface to all of the associated computing resources for intelligent policy-based governance, workload scheduling, resource and energy monitoring, control, management and provisioning by administrators, managers, and end users in the nature of automated allocation of computing resources, analysis of computing resource availability and status information, installation of software and provisioning operating system changes, power management, software upgrades management, accounting and usage management for reporting and billing, third-party application integration management, workload policy management, and job scheduling for both batch and interactive jobs; providing temporary use of online non-downloadable computer software for automated governance, monitoring, managing, profiling, and indicating available computing and associated resources, for intelligent automation and management of multiple resources, scheduling, operating system provisioning, power management, and computing resource policy implementation that enables administrators, managers, and end users to automate, control, and utilize multiple computing resources across computer clusters and grids, heterogeneous computers, hybrid operating system environments, high-performance computing environments, and computing networks known as cloud computing environments or as the cloud and for providing data on a cluster, grid or grids, on-demand data center, high-performance computing environment, and computing networks known as cloud computing environments or as the cloud; providing temporary use of non-downloadable computer software for statistical diagnostic and performance monitoring, analysis of utilization of computing resources, analysis of efficiency of use of computer resources, analysis of optimization of computing resources, analysis of fair sharing of computing resources, analysis of load balancing of computer systems, analysis of hybrid operating system environments, and analysis of power consumption in compute environments by organizations, entities, individuals, classifications of quality of service, queues, and computing nodes; providing temporary use of non-downloadable computer software for providing a quality of service for submitted jobs and for scheduling guarantees and job reservations for users, groups, classes, accounts, and levels of quality of service; providing temporary use of non-downloadable computer software for command line and graphical resource and workload simulation, including simulation of simultaneous instances to explore the effects of configurations and policies on clusters, grids, high-performance computing environments, on-demand data centers, or networked computers known as cloud computing environments or as the cloud; providing temporary use of non-downloadable computer software for dynamic command-line and graphical management of computing resources, management of software licenses within a single computer administrative domain or across multiple heterogeneous computer administrative domains, hybrid operating system environments, file spaces, network-attached storage media, tape drives, processors, memory, disks, network bandwidth, and other hardware resources; providing temporary use of non-downloadable computer software for interface with and collection of end-user commands for job, queue, operating system, power consumption, and system management, for internal diagnostic and logging facilities, and for integration of provisioning managers, billing systems, identity and security managers and databases, and translation of resource manager job submissions; providing temporary use of non-downloadable computer software for peer-to- peer collaboration of multiple instances to provide domain-specific policies and to provide native resource management support
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  UTILIZE MULTIPLE COMPUTING RESOURCES ACROSS
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