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jGMA is an extendable Java-based wide-area messaging framework designed to be a reference implementation of the GGF's Grid Monitoring Architecture. In this paper we describe jGMA's architecture and then compare its end-to-end performance against that of the NaradaBrokering framework, which is being developed by the Community Grids Lab at Indiana University.(More)
Tycho was conceived in 2003 in response to a need by the GridRM [1] resource-monitoring project for a “light-weight”, scalable and easy to use wide-area distributed registry and messaging system. Since Tycho’s first release in 2006 a number of modifications have been made to the system to make it easier to use and more flexible.(More)
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