A
Ajax
Aspect-Oriented
 
B
Bloggers
Build Systems
ByteCode
 
C
CMS
Cache Solutions
Charting & Reporting
Chat Servers
Code Analyzers
Code Beautifiers
Code Coverage
Collections
Connection Pools
Crawlers
 
D
Databases
 
E
EJB Servers
ERP & CRM
ESB
Expression Languages
 
F
Forum Soft
 
G
General Purpose
Groupware
 
H
HTML Parsers
 
I
IDEs
Installers
Inversion of Control
Issue Tracking
 
J
J2EE Frameworks
JDBC
JMS
JMX
JSP Tag Libraries
Job Schedulers
 
L
Logging Tools
 
M
Mail Clients
 
N
Network Clients
Network Servers
 
O
Obfuscators
 
P
PDF Libraries
Parser Generators
Persistence
Portals
Profilers
 
R
RSS & RDF Tools
Rule Engines
 
S
SQL Clients
Scripting Languages
Search Engines
Source Control
 
T
Template Engines
Testing Tools
Text Processing
 
U
UML & Modeling
 
V
Validation
 
W
Web Frameworks
Web Mail
Web Servers
Web Services
Web Testing
Wiki Engines
 
X
XML Parsers
XML UI Toolkits
 

JPPF

JPPF enables applications with large processing power requirements to be run on any number of computers, in order to dramatically reduce their processing time. This is done by splitting an application into smaller parts that can be executed simultaneously on different machines. How it works There are 2 aspects to this: Dividing an application into smaller parts that can be executed independently and in parallel. JPPF provides facilities that make this effort a lot easier, faster and much less painful than without them. The result is a JPPF object called a \"job\", itself made of smaller independent parts called \"tasks\". A JPPF Grid is made of a server, to which any number of execution nodes are attached. A node is a JPPF software component that is generally installed and running on a separate machine. This is commonly called a master/slave architecture, where the work is distributed by the server (aka \"master\") to the nodes (aka \"slaves\"). In JPPF terms, a unit of work is called a \"job\", and its constituting \"tasks\" are distributed by the server among the nodes for parallel execution.

 
CategoryNetwork Servers
LicenseApache Software License
HomePagehttp://www.jppf.org/





Java is a trademark or registered trademark of Sun Microsystems, Inc. in the United States and other countries. This site is independent of Sun Microsystems, Inc.