GridWay is a workload manager that performs job execution management and resource brokering on a grid consisting of distinct computing platforms managed by Globus services. It enables large- scale, reliable, and efficient sharing of computing resources managed by different Local Resource Management systems within a single organization (enterprise grid) or scattered across several administrative domains (partner or supply-chain grid).
Caltroid is a Caltrain schedules application for the Google Android platform. It has the ability to automatically locate the nearest station using GPS. This application is aimed at commuters on the San Francisco Peninsula and in the Santa Clara Valley, California, in the United States. Caltrain is a commuter rail line that runs from eastern San Francisco, California, at 4th and King Streets to Gilroy, California.
The WSO2 Mashup Server is a platform for creating, deploying, and consuming Web services Mashups in the simplest fashion possible. It features support for consuming and deploying services using dynamic scripting languages, trivial deployment and redeployment, automatic and UI-based generation of Web services artifacts (e.g., wsdl, schema, policy), a set of gateways into a variety of information sources, including SOAP and POX/REST Web services, as well as plain old Web pages, and human-consumable results through a variety of user interfaces, including Web pages, portals, email, Instant Messenger services, Short Message Service (SMS), etc.
WSO2 WSF/Spring provides an amazingly simple "Code First" approach to create Web services for the Spring user. This framework integrates the Apache Axis2 Web services engine into Spring. Thus, it provides all the power and versatility of the Axis2 engine to the Spring user. With just a few entries in the application context, this lets Spring users enjoy the benefits of Service Oriented Architecture using Web services in their applications.
Amiba is a Gene Expression Programming (GEP) framework for Java. GEP is, like genetic algorithms, a branch of evolutionary computing. The framework separates the process of evolution from the process of interpretation of the chromosome, allowing the use of various schemes. For example, graphs may be used as terminals and graph operations as operators in the chromosome instead of the usual double precision numbers. It implements mutation, transposition, and recombination. Options and rates are easily configured through an XML file. A mechanism to load fitness cases in bulk is also provided.