DIPC stands for Distributed Inter-Process Communication. It enables you to build and program clusters of Linux computers very easily. It provides, among other things, Transparent Distributed Shared Memory (DSM). No special hardware required
A distributed internet email service supporting SMTP, Pop3 and IMAP. Offers scalable management of mailboxes, a LDAP service for address book synchronisation. Is targeted at organizations that require an in-house email service.
Eddie acts as a high availability WAN and LAN clustering tool for web servers (including Apache). It provides load balancing at two levels (DNS and LAN), failover redundancy, and admission control to maintain quality of service levels.
Extensive High Availability Modules (XHAM) provides “active-active” failsafe solutions to your Linux Firewall, Gateway, Router, Email Server, NIDS (Snort), Proxy, Samba, MySQL (with NAS), and Apache.
Ezilla helps users quickly and easily build their own private cloud!
Ezilla (Easy La) helps users quickly and easily build their own private cloud! Ezilla integrates storage, networking, and computing resources under a cloud and allows cloud service providers to swiftly deploy cloud service environments that are built on a user-friendly, web-based interface. In order to create a private cloud and, thus, an exclusive computing environment, it is essential to virtualize the IT environment and develop an automatic management mechanism as well as a service-oriented application strategy. In order to meet these criteria, Ezilla provides an open cloud architecture and a fully web-based solution which enables its users to easily utilize virtual and real computing resources via an intuitive and user-friendly interface. The NCHC's Ezilla Development Team hopes that others will use Ezilla to create diverse applications which incorporate additional cloud services that can be accessed anytime. http://ezilla.info/index.php/Ezilla/Documents
FIDI (Fidi isn't Disk Imager) is a utility to take full/differential partiton/disk images. It captures only used blocks, supports compression (gzip/bzip2) and SCSI/IDE drives. It is optimised as a patch/diff utility for disk imaging.
Faces2pvm results from the necessity for a tool that do all that dirty job of configuring Unix (not only Linux)machines to run PVM. It starts PVM, wake up hosts, shut them down, configure directories, create hostfiles, diagnose problematic network proble
Flared is Yet Another Memcached (but disk based). This software provides high-performance, distributed and fault tolerant objectstorage system w/ almost-memcached-compatible I/O interfaces.
Project name: frecl2 (free remote control, version 2). This project is devoted to a problem of remote controlling PC. frecl2 is a logic continuation frecl. frecl2 is written anew, and it is more flexible and scaled system than frecl.
GDCBOx helps to acquire values in your network from measuring devices and transfers these values to a server. GDCBox is a package distributed für embedded linux systems such as OpenWRT.
Queue is a load-balancing system popular in the 2000s that lets users control their remote jobs in an intuitive, transparent and nearly seamless way. Development versions feature job migration with and without kernel support. GNU Queue continues to be downloaded despite being decommissioned by the FSF in favor of the newer GNU Parallel project. Older versions of the code are archived here on Sourceforge and some later versions on GNU Savannah.
Gary's openMosix Floppy (GoMF) is a single floppy openMosix Linux mini-distro designed to quickly add CPU/Memory resources to an openMosix cluster. The floppy includes the auto discovery daemon and some user tools like mosctl, mosrun, mosmon, mps, setpe.
A robust load-balancing queuing system for UNIX like systems.
This is a research project focusing on enabling parallel computing for generic applications. It is a platform for expressing idea, contributing code, and collaborating freely.
Genetic Programming Classifier is a distributed evolutionary data classification program. It uses the ensemble method implemented under a parallel co-evolutionary Genetic Programming technique.
Global System Image is a single system image environment for Linux Cluster System.
Globule is a module for the Apache Web server that allows a given server to replicate its documents to other Globule servers. Clients are automatically redirected to one of the available replicas.
Gnome based tool for cluster maintanance.
Green Scheduler uses popular HPC batch queues and standards BMC/IPMI connectors in order to turn off idle nodes and wake up when is needed using a complex function of temperature, rank position, and job queue requirements.
OpenEMS™ is the multi platform Grid framework to seamlessly aggregate all your multi platform resources into a virtual super computer.
The Gridbus Grid Service Broker, is a service-oriented, economy and data-aware resource broker system that uses a simple, extensible middleware independent architecture that mediates access to distributed resources on a local / Global Grid of computers.
Implementation of Fault Tolerant CORBA specification, V1.0 (OMG Document ptc/2000-04-04), extended to support large-scale, distributed systems. Implements both Passive (Cold and Warm) and Active replication styles.
HA-OSCAR "High Availability Open Source Cluster Application Resources" is an open source project aims to provide a combined power of High Availability and Performance Computing solution.
High Performance Computing test
Hades: a near-line archive system