GridGain 2.0, an open-source Java grid framework, released

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  1. GridGain 2.0 has been released. GridGain is an open source grid computing framework that focuses solely on providing the capabilities of adding parallel processing. GridGain 2.0 release incorporates number of new and enhanced features:
    • Fully dynamic MapReduce implementation with advanced features like redundant mapping, asynchronous and partial reducing, distributed task session supporting "connected" jobs, per-job and per-task distributed resources and annotation-based grid enabling with AOP
    • Unique early and late load balancing capabilities allowing grid task to fully adapt to non-deterministic nature of execution on the grid
    • Universal and dynamic data partitioning and processing co-location (a.k.a. affinity MapReduce) supporting most of distributed data caching solutions
    • Native out-of-the-box support for data caching products such as JBoss Cache and Oracle Coherence
    • Improved runtime metrics, monitoring and management
    For more information:
  2. Hm, I don't know what happened to the post we have submitted (it appears it was cut by TSS staff by like 2/3) but here's the link to InfoQ post that has more technical details. Thanks, Nikita Ivanov. GridGain - Grid Computing Made Simple
  3. I don't know what happened to the post we have submitted (it appears it was cut by TSS staff by like 2/3) but here's the link to InfoQ post that has more technical details.
    I don't know what happened to the 2/3rds you didn't submit, either. The only thing that happened to this post was that I rewrote the summary and the first paragraph to rephrase for context and make it a summary instead of a press thing, and I also reposted under my own name instead of yours so it didn't look as much as a self-promotion, but as far as the actual content under the first paragraph? Didn't take away a thing.
  4. Hi Joseph, My typo: should have been 1/3 not 2/3 :) Anyways, just wanted to make sure people have all information available. Thanks! Nikita Ivanov. GridGain - Grid Computing Made Simple
  5. Hm,
    I don't know what happened to the post we have submitted (it appears it was cut by TSS staff by like 2/3) but here's the link to InfoQ post that has more technical details.

    Thanks,
    Nikita Ivanov.
    GridGain - Grid Computing Made Simple
    Hey why don't you give us the stuff that was cut so we can read it here?
  6. http://www.theserverside.com/news/thread.tss?thread_id=48681
  7. Nikita & team, congrats on the release!
  8. Good work guys! This is really shaping up to be a great product. I look forward to trying it out. Cheers, Ross MuleSource