By gkrish on Nov 20, 2006
JavaParty allows easy port of multi-threaded Java programs to distributed environments such as clusters. Regular Java already supports parallel applications with threads and synchronization mechanisms. While multi-threaded Java programs are limited to a single address space, JavaParty extends the capabilities of Java to distributed computing environments.
The previous post talks about the Impact program which uses Java Party for distributive computing. For more on how to use Java Party, refer to JavaParty page. Cool stuff indeed to use with the Grid Engine!