Generic middleware for creating a worldwide virtual computer.
An industry-standard, vendor-neutral set of distributed computing technologies. Provides scalable organization of users and shared data, along with basic services such as security and naming.
Language- and platform-independent protocol for peer-to-peer networking, developed by Sun. Initial implementation in Java. [Open Source, BSD-like]
A platform for developing adaptive, scalable applications capable of migration. Framework source code, documentation, and information about projects using the framework available.
Distributed object computing industry standards group founded in 1989. Defined standards include CORBA and IIOP.
Edge aggregation architecture that harnesses unused computer resources. Client software works on one of a variety of projects.
Harnesses spare computing power from clients for work on different projects.
Build a supercomputer using wasted CPU cycles of home and office computers. (A fledgling project looking for a sponsor and participants.)
Cluster computing project at the University of California, Berkeley, computer science department.
Agent based grid computing.