Java Parallel Processing Framework 1.9.1

Java Parallel Processing Framework is a set of tools and APIs to facilitate the parallelization of CPU intensive applications.
Java Parallel Processing Framework is a set of tools and APIs to facilitate the parallelization of CPU intensive applications, and distribute their execution over a network of heterogenous nodes.

Java Parallel Processing Framework is intended to run in clusters and grids.

Main features:

  • an API to delegate the processing of parallelized tasks to local and remote execution services
  • a set of APIs and user interface tools to administrate and monitor execution services
  • real-time adaptive load balancing capabilities
  • scalability up to an arbitrary number of processing nodes
  • support for failover and recovery
  • limited intrusiveness for existing or legacy code
  • a dynamic deployment mechanism, that enables the execution of new, or updated, code without having to deploy onto the grid
  • fully documented APIs, administration guide and developer guide
  • runs on any platform supporting Java 2 Platform Standard Edition 5.0 (J2SE 1.5)

last updated on:
August 5th, 2009, 17:55 GMT
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developed by:
Thierry JACQUELINE and Laurent Cohen
homepage:
www.jppf.org
license type:
The Apache License 2.0 
category:
ROOT \ System \ Clustering and Distributed Networks

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What's New in version 1.8
  • A new API enables users to run non-Java processes on the nodes.
  • JPPF is now integrated with GigaSpaces XAP.
  • Jobs and tasks can now be prioritized.
  • The configuration of a client connection pool is now easy and intuitive.
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