Release Notes: The communications and execution performance was increased by 10%. Numerous bugs were fixed in the server, increasing its stability and scalability. A bug that would cause the client to crash was fixed in the distributed class loader. The graphical administration console was upgraded to use Substance L&F 3.1 and JFreeChart 1.0.3.
Release Notes: This beta version brings a pack of new features, including screensavers associated with the nodes (for volunteer comping models), numerous improvements in the administration console, native ability for the tasks to notify local and remote listeners, and a lot more.
Release Notes: This maintenance release fixes regressions in the handling of multi-server topologies and the execution of callbacks from the nodes in the clients. It also fixes a bug in the node's resource caching and a misleading section of the documentation on the configuration of idle socket timeout.
Release Notes: This alpha release brings major new features and enhancements. A new offline mode for the nodes increases scalability by an order of magnitude and makes JPPF ideal for volunteer computing. A new Wikipedia work count sample demonstrates how to tackle big data. Error handling and reporting from the nodes is now easier than ever. Performance was significantly increased in many areas. Automated test coverage has vastly increased.
Release Notes: This maintenance release brings important bugfixes and enhancements, including increased security options for SSL authentication and a significant improvement of the distributed class loader performance.
Release Notes: This maintenance release brings important bugfixes and performance enhancements