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  • noun Plural form of workload.

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Examples

  • Public sector workers face thousands of job losses across Wales, and a huge increase in workloads plus attacks on wages and pensions.

    Cardiff campaign against public sector cuts organises city demonstration

  • The bottom line is that by attacking the memory bandwidth problem instead of throwing more power-hungry cores at it, certain workloads can now run faster.

    Why You Should Care About Intel’s New Server Chip

  • Amazon today said it would bring web-scale computing power for use in workloads such as web indexing and data mining to just about anyone.

    Amazon Brings MapReduce to AWS

  • Kloeckner: This first instance for test and development workloads is built on Intel-based blades, but we anticipate other workloads might run on different platforms.

    The GigaOM Interview: Kristof Kloeckner, CTO of IBM Cloud Computing

  • [...] it just keeps getting better (via GigaOm): Amazon today said it would bring web-scale computing power for use in workloads such as web [...]

    Amazon Brings MapReduce to AWS

  • Many defendants are too poor to hire attorneys and court-appointed lawyers are often inexperienced or have heavy workloads, which is unfair to the defendants.

    Taipei Times

  • Amount Of Work For Medical Residents Not Just Hours Need Review, Study Finds (Sep. 13, 2008) - The first objective study on the effect that on-call workloads have on the quality of the education medical residents receive found that the complexity of care patients require has just as much ... > read more

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  • [October 7, 2008] Virtually Speaking: Load balancing is tricky stuff, but it gets even more complex when the workloads are a mix of real and virtual.

    ServerWatch

  • Appistry says CloudIQ Storage lets the analytics application "workloads" be run wherever the data is stored.

    CIO News

  • Appistry says CloudIQ Storage lets the analytics application "workloads" be run wherever the data is stored.

    ARN News

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