Sunday, October 27, 2013

Lonny Tunes no. 86

VMTurbo is taking its economic scheduling engine, inspired by Adam Smith's "invisible hand", to more clouds and more devices.
Think of it as the invisible hand of Adam Smith, finding the right price for a unit of capacity through laws of supply and demand, and then using that data and a market of buyers who crave resources but are limited by their budgets and service-level agreements to allocate resources.”
Barry Ritholtz asks HERE
Why does the invisible hand want to slap you across the face? Because it belongs to a douchebag, apparently.” Also HERE 


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