JPPF is a an open source grid computing solution that makes it easy to parallelize CPU-intensive applications.
What's new in JPPF 2.2
This release has a strong focus on reliability, robustness and scalability.
As of version 2.2, JPPF is dropping support for the JDK 1.5. Only JDK 1.6 and later are supported.
This new API provides an executor service facade for the JPPF client
It implements all the functionality specified in java.util.concurrent.ExecutorService
A new status bar indicates the number of currently connected servers and nodes
The topology view includes two new buttons in the toolbar to select all servers or all nodes at once
Multiple bugs have been fixed, making the console more robust and reliable than ever
The J2EE connector now has the ability to connect to multiple servers and automatically discover servers on the network
The Gigaspaces connector was upgraded to support Gigaspaces XAP 7.1
The Tomcat connector was upgraded to support Tomcat 7.0.0 beta
All three connectors have seen their demo web application revamped for a more enjoyable experience
JPPF Jobs can now be set to expire at a specified date or after a specified amount of time.
The network data encryption sample was upgraded to offer a much more secure solution.