POV-Ray raytracing in a parallel environment.
The Parallel Compositing library enables developers to write scalable 3D graphics applications. The library does sort-last compositing, and works on both clusters and SMP machines. The API aims to be the MPI of parallel compositing.
In many parallel scientific applications the process of grid generation, decomposition, message passing, and performance measurements are of similar stucture. The projects intention is to develop a generic function library that will contain all these.
Portlet Streams is intended to be a high-speed java rewrite and proxy mechanism with it's basic roots founded in mod_rewrite and mod_proxy from the Apache foundation.
Ridiculously simple, Prevayler provides transparent ACID persistence and replication for plain old Java objects. It is literally several thousand times faster than using a relational database through JDBC.
Project Beyond is an effort to take computing somewhere it has never been before and push it beyond it's currently narrowly defined limits and consists of an OS and the related technologies required in achieving our goals.
Distributed RDF Repository based on peer-to-peer network overlay
A Virtual Domains manager for Xen powered by SmartFrog. Description, deployment and coordinated lifecycle management of pools of remote Xen virtual domains.
A set of utility programs to work with the spread messaging system.
This project was started by Fedora (Redhat) but is no longer in active development and may or may not be included in next release fc4 , this projects aims to provide longterm commitment to the concept & port it to 100% community based distro like Debian
SwarmCache is a simple, yet powerful distributed caching mechanism. It uses IP multicast to efficiently communicate between caching instances. It is ideal for radically improving the performance of clustered web applications.
TOP-C is a library for easily writing parallel applications for both distributed and shared memory architectures. It hides the details of parallel programming, and presents the application programmer with a simple task-oriented interface.
Jgroup/ARM is a replication framework that supports group method invocations, hides replication from the clients, and partitioning in distributed systems. In addition, the replication management facility supports autonomous replica deployment and recovery
Jtrix is a technology to allow code to be mobile, adaptive, distributed and scalable. Please see http://www.jtrix.org for much more documentation and info.
Provides distributed method invocation capabilities to regular Java classes with limited or no extra work for the developer. The workload is balanced over participating machines. Java API, Anders Björklund
U4X, pronounced 'eu-phor-ix', is a linux distribution suited for multimedia professionals as well as the at-home amatuers. U4X includes such features as a modified kernel, verbose shell, journaling file system, and clustering capabilities.
Construct and management virtual clusters which the nodes of the clusters running on the virtual machine rather than native machine. Fast install and switch virtual clusters. Efficiently storage vm images. support variant VMMs.
Quit Struts and try WC/CAS. WC is a STATEFUL, easy to test Web-Application Framework, using a statemachine and a Cluster Application Server(CAS). Configured with XML and simple std.IO action classes. Ports for reverse flash remoting, tomcat and J2SE.
Windows Terminal Servers load balancing service.
Programming libraries for writing an XMLDC (XML Distributed Computing) applications in C++. XMLDC is a XML-based protocol for remote procedure calls (RPC) between different systems. XMLDC is more powerful than XML-RPC and much simpler than SOAP or CORBA.
YaJal is an abstraction layer written in Java over JXTA. It hides all the complexity in setting up and handling JXTA classes. It offers you an easy framework where to develop peer-to-peer applications.
[Ckpt Object-oriented Abstraction Layer] COAL is an object-based abstraction layer utilizing the SAForum's AIS CKPT (Checkpoint) specification to provide HA access to cluster-wide data encapsulated within local, user-defined objects.
dsGrid is a direct, simple Grid engine that executes commands on one of a number of registered workers on distributed nodes. It's meant to be used on a cluster with a shared file system, and uses NetWorkSpaces to co-ordinate workers and submissions.
The Imperative Skeleton Library (iskel) is a project aimed towards higher-level abstraction of parallel programming. Algorithmic Skeletons are being provided as library functions which can then be used in parallel programming.
This study researches sophisticated replication and distribution mechanisms in conventionally designed applications using the (java) HashTables.