Ah, Yes, the Great 'Data Center in the Sky' | GenomeWeb

TechCrunch has announced its next roundtable and this one's on cloud computing. If you're near Mountain View on the 27th, you can catch Vic Gundotra, engineering VP at Google, Lew Tucker CTO of Cloud Computing at Sun Microsystems, Paul Buchheit, the creator of Gmail and a co-founder, among others, discussing the "data center in the sky, a platform for a new breed of enterprise apps, a way to bring Web-scale computing to businesses small and large."

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