Soaplab is a generator of Web Services providing a programmatic access to command-line (and other) applications on remote computers (an example of its usage is available at http://www.ebi.ac.uk/soaplab/)
A MIDlet that, when run in PalmOS devices, can HotSync with the PC or a remote database
MsgSrv is an open source cross-platform messaging server designed to simplify communication between distributed network applications.
An Implicit BPM approach
Implicit BPM is a platform for integrating business processes into existing core applications as if they were a whole system. It uses a novel concept, namely Workflow Weaving, based on non-intrusive techniques, which achieves this kind of integration transparently.
Cross-platform grid computing solution
MGM GridComputing is a cross-platform solution to distribute time-thirsty tasks such as number crunching to a grid of connected clients.
Matrix OS is a Manjaro Respin aimed to be for graphic design.
Command line tool to run batches of jobs in parallel.
xjobs has a command line interface similar to xargs to start processes, but runs processes in parallel and provides enhanced concepts for I/O redirection.
An Implementation of Java5 PSM for DDS
jdds is an implementation of Java5 PSM for DDS defined by OMG
C.H.A.O.S. is a Linux distro made for clusters.
C.H.A.O.S. Linux is a distribution based on the Arch Linux operating system. It's a cluster oriented OS that does not providea graphical environment. Being based on standard Arch releases, this distro supports both i686 and x86_64 architectures. C.H.A.O.S. was created with a fixed main purpose: let admins get their cluster running in almost no time; despite having to manually install it on every node, the built-in textual installer will automate most of the process. More informations at official website, or extensive review at: http://linux.softpedia.com/get/Linux-Distributions/C-H-A-O-S-Linux-103444.shtml
High Availability Distributed Object Storage
HADOS is a server software for storing files in a cluster of server. The goal is to handle high availability by storing copy of the same file on several nodes. HADOS provides RESTFUL APIs to easily store, check or retrieve files. Using the powerful cluster APIs you can retrieve the files whatever the node that hosts it. To avoid any single point of failure, it is possible to apply a request to any node of the cluster, there is no master node.
High Availability Distributed Search Engine
HADSE is a server software for storing indexes in a cluster of server. The goal is to handle high availability by storing indexes on several nodes. HADSE provides RESTFUL APIs to easily populate and request data on your index. Using the powerful cluster APIs you can retrieve the data whatever the node that hosts it. To avoid any single point of failure, it is possible to apply a request to any node of the cluster, there is no master node. HADSE is in active development. A first running version should be available in few weeks.
Sistema para venda de passagens de onibus intermunicipais
Software for work with Corpus of Everyday life history Sources
Everyday life history is becoming of high interest due to the growing amount of various historical sources related to common human being. Analysis of such sources needs considering them as interrelated. Evaluation of such relations leads to meaningful results for different groups of information consumers: from professional historians and experts from close humanitarian sciences to common people, interested in everyday community life. Corpuses of everyday life history sources are being collected in many museums and document archives. In this project, we consider the problem of creating software infrastructure for collaborative semantic annotation, information relation, and personalized access to corpus of everyday life history sources. Project financially supported from Department for Humanities of Russian Fund for Basic Research according to project # 16-01-12033. Authors: Vdovenko A., Marchenkov S., Petrina O., Korzun D.
Experiments with anonymous routing
Anond is a ongoing experiment striving to provide transparent IP-level anonymization using virtual network interfaces, peer-to-peer and overlay network techniques. Anond is an implementation of an anonymous routing protocol with ideas taken from the paper "Anonymous overlay network supporting authenticated routing" by Roman Schlegel and Duncan S. Wong.
Python framework for concurrent, asynchronous, distributed tasks
Python framework for concurrent, asynchronous, distributed communicating tasks.
Software-Defined Cloud Orchestration
Software-Defined Cloud Orchestration: An Integrated Architecture and Deployment Process This is an expansion of the project xSDN, an Expressive Simulator for Dynamic Network Flows. Please cite the below papers, if you used this project or referred to this in your work. Kathiravelu, Pradeeban; Veiga, Luis, "An Expressive Simulator for Dynamic Network Flows," Cloud Engineering (IC2E), 2015 IEEE International Conference on , vol., no., pp.311,316, 9-13 March 2015 doi: 10.1109/IC2E.2015.43
Aims to enable researcher to tap in to mobile computing capability
This is a software agent based computing program that will enable researchers and other users to tap in computing power of machine available by sharing work load on the fly with zero configuration on network & resources A self organizing agent program that will understand network and its resource. where as the only job left to researcher is to split up jobs in several chunks of programs either parallel or sequential jobs and go issue the job (A visual Modeler or Scripting support need to be yet designed) Software agents will automatically manage the rest or resource management, sharing , cloning of tasks etc. new resources can be added and removed from the system on fly; in layman terms the project will create an agent program that enable sharing & execution of program among all the available resources whether it be desktop, laptop, pda . thereby one can accelerate research to the very extent of resource availability with out bothering about anything... C++11v Upcoming.
BOINC Java GUI (and much more)
Grid is aimed to be a cross-platform BOINC GUI that not only makes BOINC easier to use, but also more involving. It's goal is to make the UI simpler and more elegant, and, in the future, include features that can make BOINC more fun to use, such as: - Rank system: rank up as you acquire more credit - Friend's list: add friends, track their progress, join in teams or compete - Facebook integration: share your achievements on Facebook
The data and compute layer of HumanAiNet
The HumanAiNet project is GPL licensed. It depends on this data layer that could be generally useful for many things and is LGPL licensed. This includes the immutable binary forest nodes and events which xorlisp is being built on, wavetree which is AVL bit strings with log time for substring, concat, and counting 1 bits in any subrange, and it includes JSelfModify as an abstraction layer on file systems, and the statsys interface (how different kinds of statistical AIs can fit together), and a fast hashtable, and various other code for data and basic computing interfaces. HumanAiNet depends on these things, but they are more generally useful. You may want to use HumanAiNet (when I get it working better) to produce output then access it through this data system, or you may want to build new systems using the same flexible kinds of data and events. I will upload this code when I get it better organized, and for now it can be found in HumanAiNet project the LGPL licensed packages.
Portable version of OpenStack cloud management software
Portable version (VM images) of OpenStack cloud management software.
A grid middleware with minimal user and resource requirements
Minimum intrusion Grid (MiG) is an attempt to design a new platform for Grid computing which is driven by a stand-alone approach to Grid, rather than integration with existing systems. The goal of the MiG project is to provide Grid infrastructure where the requirements on users and resources alike is as small as possible (minimum intrusion). MiG strives for minimum intrusion but will seek to provide a feature rich and dependable Grid solution. In line with the minimum intrusion concept, you only need to download and install the middleware if you want to run your own Grid. Users and resources only need a certificate and a browser to use MiG.
OurGrid is a free-to-join peer-to-peer grid that has been in production since December 2004. Anyone can freely and easily join it to gain access to large amounts of computational power and run parallel applications.
NGrid is a transparent C# .Net/mono grid computing model. NGrid abstracts the burden of the grid into a simple multithread and garbage collected programming model. NGrid is designed to carry computationally intensive tasks over multiple machines.
The project focuses on developing an environment where one can harness idle CPU cycles of numerous networked systems to work together on a particularly processing-intensive problem. (distributed computing you may call it)
The Job Jar is a simple batch queuing system for Unix. Its main distinguishing feature is that there is no central daemon. Instead, an arbitrary set of workers cooperatively claim jobs from a central directory. A job is any Unix executable file.