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CloudI is an open-source private cloud computing framework for efficient, secure, and internal data processing. CloudI provides scaling for previously unscalable source code with efficient fault-tolerant execution of C/C++, Erlang, Java, Python, or Ruby services. The bare essentials for efficient fault-tolerant processing on a cloud!
Generic Object Sharing Hub is a peer-to-peer (more node-to-node) software written in PHP5. Its main purpose is to share serialized objects over a computer network in a generic way. This means that the data is being extracted from objects (vistor-pattern like) and stored in an array which is then ... [More]
GoogleJust as Google is a company dedicated to making information useful for ALL people and not just those wealthy to have access to powerful technology -- this project is dedicated to making property rights useful for ALL people and not just those wealthy to have access to the powerful officials. ... [More]
Our Aim is to create a Distributed Architecture for Complex Event Processing Systems with support for Scalablility and Fault Tolerance.The architecture would be a platform where multiple event processing agents work supportively in forming a distributed system which is scalable in the scopes of ... [More]
PJ4J stands for an infrastructure of parallel job execution for Java. PJ4J is a general Java library to assign jobs on computing clusters. The key futures of PJ4J are listed below: Map-reduce functionality. An mapped job is extensible using annotations. The extensible futures in user jobs ... [More]
Gridool is an infrastructure of parallel job execution on Grid. Gridool assigns jobs on computing clusters. Gridool is currently under heavy development. The initial release is scheduled in April, 2010.
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