JXTA


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JXTA

(JuXTApose) Pronounced "jux-tah," it is an open source protocol for peer-to-peer computing originally developed by Sun. Introduced in 2001, it enables data to be shared between clients as well as servers on the Internet. Its capabilities include establishing a peer group, finding a peer, file sharing and remote monitoring. For information, visit www.jxta.org. See RVP and peer-to-peer computing.
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Figure 1) provides an example in which computers residing within two separate physical subnetworks are connected together into a single, virtual network by the JXTA protocols.
So long as peer supports JXTA communication protocol, she can instantly ask and join any other peer groups under some topics, even if such peer has already got involved in other peer groups.
We are proud to add FCS to JXTA technology's continued adoption in the federal government space.
A variety of advanced networking technologies, including Jini(TM), "Project JXTA," JAIN(TM), and OSS/J will be featured within this topic.
Momentum leverages advanced peer-to-peer communications via the JXTA open protocols to allow users to collaborate and discover each other across diverse network environments.
We are excited that Improv chose JXTA technology as an infrastructure component.
net/ , the site has added over 15 Java communities, including a combination of new and existing Java communities, such as Java Games, Java Desktop, Java Communications, Java Web Services and XML, JavaJAR, Java Incubator, Javapedia, and federated pre-existing communities such as Jini, Project JXTA, NetBeans, and the OSS/J and JAIN Initiatives.
today announced VistaRepository(TM), a set of integrated services that represent the first comprehensive framework based on Project JXTA technology, for facilitating peer-to-peer communication, secure file sharing and collaboration across a network.
Recent speaking engagements include Sun Microsystem's unveiling of Project JXTA, the Cray User Group Summit 2001, Peer to Peer Working Group Demo Showcase and Meeting, as well as The Global Grid Forum.
In addition, James introduced a concept demo using JXTA, a peer-to-peer technology, to dynamically update GPS systems and alert drivers to current traffic flow situations.