The Internet has evolved from a simple email and file sharing
mechanism to a complex interconnection of web sites and dynamic
service offerings. Today's distributed applications must address
a number of problems like heterogenous platforms, disparate
clients, dissimilar communication protocols and formats, and
disconnected clients (and servers). What makes it possible
for a programmer to connect all of the seemingly incompatible pieces
of a distributed application together into a working
system is communication middleware. Middleware is the unseen
hero that works behind the scenes to resolve format differences,
mask the periodic disconnection of network components, and perform
multi-component synchronization. TSpaces represents a breakthrough
in communication middleware because it has combined sophisticated
database functionality with communication middleware to create the
first instance of an Intelligent Connectionware component.
Learn what TSpaces is all about here
TSpaces received an honorable mention in the
The Top Products of 2000,
Java Report's Annual Writers' Choice
Awards, December 2000
What are we doing now with TSpaces? Check out the
We're using TSpaces to coordinate large numbers of
machines in the computation of large connected parallel problems.
Been waiting for news on what has been going on in TSpaces?
TSpaces Version 3
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