Java Parallel Processing Framework 0.23.1 Beta reviewDownload
Java Parallel Processing Framework is a set of tools and APIs to facilitate the parallelization of CPU intensive applications, and distribute their execution over a network of heterogenous nodes.
Java Parallel Processing Framework is intended to run in clusters and grids.
Here are some key features of "Java Parallel Processing Framework":
an API to delegate the processing of parallelized tasks to local and remote execution services
a set of APIs and user interface tools to administrate and monitor execution services
real-time adaptive load balancing capabilities
scalability up to an arbitrary number of processing nodes
support for failover and recovery
limited intrusiveness for existing or legacy code
a dynamic deployment mechanism, that enables the execution of new, or updated, code without having to deploy onto the grid
fully documented APIs, administration guide and developer guide
runs on any platform supporting Java 2 Platform Standard Edition 5.0 (J2SE 1.5)
What's New in This Release:
Fixed an issue in the adaptive scheduling algorithm, which caused the tasks to be executed by only one node at a time.
Improved the performance of the scheduling algorithm, resulting in a smaller execution overhead.
Fixed minor localization issues in the administration tool.
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