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  • Alchemi .NET Grid Computing Framework - Alchemi is an open source software framework that allows you to painlessly aggregate the computing power of networked machines into a virtual supercomputer (computational grid) and to develop .NET applications to run on the grid.
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  • Apple Advanced Computation Group - Xgrid - Clustering software intended primarily for scientific researchers. Mac OS X only.
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  • Berkeley NOW (Networks of Workstations) Project - Cluster computing project at the University of California, Berkeley, computer science department.
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  • Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing (BOINC) - Software platform for distributed computing using volunteered computer resources, allowing participants to participate in multiple projects. Software downloads, links to active projects, news, message boards, and other information.
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  • Clustopium Cluster Server/Client System - The next step to distributed computer systems, A complete Java framework for implementing MultiNodal processor farms. There is a demo, but the full implementation is for sale.
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  • Cosm - Provides an infrastructure for true distributed computing projects. This includes applications as well as APIs for users to design and build their own projects.
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  • Distributed Computing with HTTP, XML, SOAP, and WSDL - Learn how various protocols fit into the big picture of the distributed computing arena.
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  • Economy Grid - Research on the development of economic resource management and scheduling system for global grid computing. Description and papers.
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  • GridRepublic - A non-profit organization created to provide supercomputing resources to public interest research, by use of volunteer distributed computing.
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  • IBM Distributed Computing Environment - IBM's product offering based on the DCE open standard for distributed computing.
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  • IBM Distributed Computing Platform (DCP) - A standardised approach for effective management of large numbers of desktops, devices, servers, applications and LAN’s from one centralised point.
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  • Internet Based Distributed Super Computer - Build a supercomputer using wasted CPU cycles of home and office computers. (A fledgling project looking for a sponsor and participants.)
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  • JXTA - Language- and platform-independent protocol for peer-to-peer networking, developed by Sun. Initial implementation in Java. [Open Source, BSD-like]
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  • Legion - Generic middleware for creating a worldwide virtual computer.
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  • Microsoft's Distributed Component Object Model (DCOM) - Protocol that enables software components to communicate over a network in a reliable, secure, and efficient manner.
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  • Object Management Group - Distributed object computing industry standards group founded in 1989. Defined standards include CORBA and IIOP.
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  • OSF Distributed Computing Environment (DCE) - An industry-standard, vendor-neutral set of distributed computing technologies. Provides scalable organization of users and shared data, along with basic services such as security and naming.
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  • QUALCOMM - BREW - QUALCOMM's Binary Runtime Environment for Wireless (BREW). A complete, open solution for wireless applications development, device configuration, application distribution, billing and payment.
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  • Q²ADPZ - Collaborative Computing - An Open-Source project that provides software to distribute work over many computers in a network. The machines are only used during idle-time.
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  • SDSC Storage Resource Broker (SRB) - SDSC SRB provides the abstraction mechanisms needed to implement very large distributed environments like data grids, digital libraries, and persistent archives for data sharing, data publication, and data preservation.
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  • ZetaGrid - An open source and platform independent grid system that uses idle CPU cycles from participating computers. ZetaGrid solves one problem in practice: numerical verification of the Riemann Hypothesis.
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  • MacDevCenter.com: Integrating Xgrid into Cocoa Applications, Part 2 - In Part 1, Drew McCormack showed how to install and start using Xgrid. Now in Part 2, he covers integration with Cocoa. (May 18, 2004)
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  • MacDevCenter.com: Integrating Xgrid into Cocoa Applications, Part 1 - In this first of two articles exploring Xgrid, Drew McCormack provides a little background information, then moves to installation, and finishes off with a command-line script for distributing compilation using Xgrid. (May 11, 2004)
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