Parallel Virtual Machine is a software system enabling heterogeneous computers to be used as a single computational resource. It runs on a variety of architectures and networking conditions, and has bindings for many programming languages (most prominently C and Fortran). The official release is open source, although there are commercial implementations as well.

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PVM
Official Parallel Virtual Machine site. News, documentation, source code, performance monitors, links to software written in PVM.
Dome
Distributed Object Migration Environment. Runs on top of PVM. Source code and papers.
HP-PVM
Commercial high-performance implementation of PVM. Product information and installation instructions.
JPVM
A message-passing library for Java similar to PVM. Source code and papers.
LPVM
Experimental thread-based implementation to take advantage of symmetric multiprocessors.
Markus Fischer's Projects
Port of PVM to Windows, a port using Myrinet, and a port using Scalable Coherent Interface.
PADE
Parallel Applications Development Environment is a software development environment for parallel programs. Source code and documentation.
PIOUS for PVM
A parallel file system on top of PVM. Source code, documentation, and white papers.
PVM for Windows
Source code and papers.
PVM Gmake
A GNU make which uses PVM to build in parallel on several remote machines.
PVM++
A C++ library for PVM.
PVM3 Library
This directory includes a number of items relating to PVM version 3.
PVMFS
Provides a common file server to PVM processes. Source code available.
PYPVM
PVM bindings for Python. Source code.
TPVM
Threads-oriented PVM. Source code, documentation, and papers.
XPVM: A Graphical Console and Monitor for PVM
Provides a graphical interface to the PVM console commands and information, along with several animated views to monitor the execution of PVM programs.
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