5.1 / April 2011 
|Operating system||Linux, Solaris, Microsoft Windows, AIX|
|Available in||C++, Java, .NET|
Platform Symphony is a High-performance computing (HPC) software system developed by Platform Computing, the company that developed Load Sharing Facility (LSF). Focusing on the Financial Services Industry, Symphony is designed to deliver scalability and enhances performance for compute-intensive risk and analytical applications. By enabling distributed computing, users will be able to run applications without worrying where the applications reside or whether there's enough capacity available to support demand.
With Platform Symphony 4.0, Platform also gives developers free access to the Symphony Developer Edition (Symphony DE) with no restrictions or time limits. Symphony Developer Edition is a free High-performance computing (HPC) and Grid computing SDK and middleware developed by Platform Computing. It has been described as "the first and only solution tailored for developing and testing Grid-ready service-oriented architecture applications".
- Platform Computing Marks Launch of Symphony 5.1 with Significant Momentum in Financial Services Market
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- "Grid computing: The term may fade, but features will live on". Tech World. 2008-12-11. Retrieved 2008-03-20.
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- "Platform Targets Banks with Symphony 3". Grid Today. 2006-06-26. Archived from the original on July 10, 2006. Retrieved 2008-02-29.
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