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  • Thanks to Massimo for the very informative presentation of the technology roadmap that awaits us. With your permission – I’d like to spend the next few minutes talking about 2 things: How we at GS see the change that our industry is going through (and no - I’m not referring to the sub-prime crisis...), How we are responding to it.
  • 319 customers overall, of which: • 142 paying customers: • 66 on premise ONLY • 4 hybrid (on premise + on Cloud) • 72 on the cloud ONLY • 177 Start-up program users, all on-premise Production Customers: 27 on-premise customers are in production 9/10 off-premise (on-Cloud) customers are in production (depending how you look at it  , see details below) Cloud Production Clients: VelociMetrics - latency & SLA management from public cloud to public cloud and public cloud to private cloud - build on GigaSpaces Orbyte  - Trading on the Cloud Nortel - Contact Centre in the Cloud O2 - ActivatemySIM - Cloud Service from Telco CloudSave  - OEM with NTE - built on GigaSpaces to support secure transactions on the cloud at Grid speeds Primatics – OEM - provides a high-performance risk management solution on the Cloud, running on GigaSpaces. BazuMedia – broadcasting sporting events Miwok – on-demand flight reservation and scheduling system Fluoresecent Media -- Media Serivces to backup network broadcasted gameshow ( never launched as they were taken over, but reached production stage ) Pre-production (wtihin a month top are expected to be in production) Advanced Gaming Labs (Signature Technologies) - Roulette Application that runs on cloud but entire gaming network is built for the cloud Jim is currently working on: Vodafone  - for launch of social network aggregation service ABB -  For customer updates services from the Cloud BAT -  Non essential services in the cloud AKQA - evaluating cloud for an iPhone app but all has been quiet because of holiday period
  • Provides the equivalent of Amazon services (SimpleDB, SQS, Map/Reduce) for enterprise applications (Standard API, Transaction support,..).
  • Try to add a machine and see what happens? Nothing Evetything is hard wired, static Assuming we did do that, what the effect? Can you predict
  • Try to add a machine and see what happens? Nothing Evetything is hard wired, static Assuming we did do that, what the effect? Can you predict
  • Background Top wall street firm using GigaSpaces for on-line web application Backend system running GigaSpaces storing application data with the IMDG GigaSpaces stores data that is calculated overnight. Calculation using data from different resources. Application accessing data in memory instead of calculating it every time. Application stores in memory millions of objects Backend system hosted on Linux machine that are regularly being restarted every few days - To avoid memory leaks with legacy systems                 - To allow maintenance procedures to upgrade the SW System running across 2 data centers (10 miles apart) Both web front end and IMDG spread over the data centers
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