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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El servicio de paginas amarillas interactua a traves de un middleware con la tecnologia P2P JXTA para proporcionar a los agentes un servicio fiable y transparente que los ayudara a superar la limitacion que supone el sistema de federaciones de FIPA.
JXTA Search: Distributed Search for Distributed Networks.
Project JXTA (or JXTA) defines a set of protocols that serve to establish an overlay network on top of existing network protocols such as TCP/IP and HTTP.
Williams, "Secure peer-to-peer networking: the JXTA example".
We propose to use the JXTA Search [9] as an experimental platform.
The JXTA Project and Peer-to-Peer Technology http://www.
It is a system that supports messaging in a Peer-to-Peer Grid [1,10]; it is a generalized publish-subscribe mechanism; it handles dynamic protocol choice, tunneling through firewalls; it supports TCP, UDP, multicast, SSL and RTP; it can run in client-server mode like JMS (Java Message Service) [15, 17] or in distributed Peer-to-Peer mode like JXTA [5,16]; it can be used in real-time synchronous collaborations like our collaborative PowerPoint applications; it has replaced the JMS in the Anabas system of our implementation handling all collaboration modes.
The agenda also includes more than 350 technical and Birds-of-a-Feather sessions on topics ranging from mobility and security to the most innovative and thought-provoking uses of Java technology such as Project Looking Glass, JXTA, and 3D Application and Game Development.
The 2004 JavaOne conference agenda is now available featuring more than 350 technical and Birds-of-a-Feather sessions on topics ranging from mobility and security to the most innovative and thought-provoking uses of Java technology such as Project Looking Glass, JXTA and 3D Application and Game Development.
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Additionally, Sun's Java and Project JXTA technologies from the inventive minds of Sun have proven to offer high value to the retail industry.
Written in Java and supporting the JXTA peer-to-peer protocols, Momentum also integrates with many popular desktop applications, including Sun Microsystems' StarOffice.