Writing distributed programs is hard. JavaSpaces technology simplifies the distributed computing environment in many ways. JavaSpaces is a Jini technology service. This book, for developers and programmers, will show the reader how to make the most effective use of JavaSpaces by providing a solid base of coherent examples. The author, Steven Halter, is the co-author of the highly successful ENTERPRISE JAVA PERFORMANCE (PH PTR, 2000).
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The example-rich guide to JavaSpaces technology: building more robust, scalable, and secure distributed applications for working developers!
JavaSpaces technology simplifies distributed computing, by providing a shared virtual space where tasks, requests, and information can easily be exchanged in the form of objects based on Javatm technology. JavaSpaces Example by Example offers an example-rich introduction to JavaSpaces architecture and its Jini network technology-based interfaces. Using this book's extensive examples and projects, experienced developers can begin building applications using the JavaSpaces specification almost immediately—and quickly master advanced techniques for enhancing security, performance, and scalability.
Steven L. Halter begins by introducing JavaSpaces technology: its goals, advantages, applications, and current capabilities. He walks you through obtaining, installing, and configuring JavaSpaces architecture, addressing common problems such as authorization configuration and improper codebase settings. Next, he introduces the fundamental concepts of development, including entries, leasing, events, transactions, and persistence.
You'll learn powerful distributed programming techniques, including the effective use of data structures and collections; and better ways to improve performance, prevent deadlock, and take full advantage of parallelism. Halter provides in-depth coverage of scalability and availability, concluding with detailed guidance on using security features based on Java 2 technology to protect distributed JavaSpaces applications.
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STEVEN L. HALTER is a Software Engineer at Retek in Rochester, Minnesota. He is the co-author of Enterprise Java Performance (Prentice Hall PTR). He formerly served as a Senior Staff Software Engineer at Imation's Software Research and Development Rochester Laboratory, where he worked extensively with Jini, and as a Staff Software Engineer for the IBM Software Systems Division, where he was a member of the San Francisco performance team. He holds twelve issued U.S. patents.
John McClain and Pascal Ledru, Sun Microsystems, Inc.
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