P2PS Related Links
JXTA technology is a set of open protocols similat to P2PS that aim to allow any connected
device on the network ranging from cell phones and wireless PDAs to PCs and servers to
communicate and collaborate in a P2P manner.
Workflow-based graphical problem solving environment developed at Cardiff
University. P2PS is used with Triana to distribute workflow sub-sections to remote peer
machines, for example to parallel distribute coalescing binary searches.
WSPeer is a dynamic web-service deployment, hosting and invocation package written in Java.
WSPeer uses P2PS to enable web-services to be discovered and invoked using peer-to-peer
technology, as well as supporting more traditional approaches such as UDDI and HTTP.
The Scalable Robust Self-organizing Sensor (SRSS) network project is conducting research
of communication protocols applicable to creating networks of distributed and self-organizing
sensor devices. A P2PS/NS-2 binding allows SRSS to simulate peer-to-peer discovery and
communication within distributed sensor networks.
The GridLab project is responsible for developing an easy-to-use, flexible,
generic and modular Grid Application Toolkit (GAT), enabling applications to make
innovative use of global computing resources. A P2PS GAT adapter is being developed
to allow GAT applications to uses P2PS discovery and communication.