The Java Batch System (JBS) is a batch queueing system in thetradition of NQS and PBS for internal (Java-based) and system batchjobs. Stand-alone operation and integration with existing batchqueueing systems, initially OpenPBS, is supported.
Java Virtual System (JVS) is built around a virtual file system (VFS) - a common platform of Java, by Java, for Java. JVS extends JVM and makes it from an interpreter running half-compiled code a first-class server.
The Open Java Trading System (OJTS) is meant to be a common infrastructure to develop (stock) trading systems. There are four parts: gathering of raw data over the internet, recognition of trading signals, a visualisation module and trading with banks.
The SFL Java Trading System Enviroment is a java application built on KISS principle (Keep It Simple,Stupid) and its aim is to provide a fast and platform indipendent infrastructure to develop and execute trading systems.
Java Publishing System (JPS) is a Content Management System (CMS)and a light Enterprise Document Management System (light EDM) based on open source java libraries. JPS run on any platform and RDBMS. Java Publishing System 1.0 License - GNU Library or Lesser General Public License (LGPL); Other...
SysPropsView was developed as an easy-to-use and accessible piece of software that allows you to view all the Java JVM system properties. Being developed with the help of the Java programming language, SysPropsView can run on multiple platforms.
PHP - Java Chat system for web site. Client is Java applet can run in any Java enabled browsers. The server side is PHP script can be installed on any PHP enabled web host.The Chat allows the groups of web site visitors to real-time exchange text messages. This is multi rooms chat. Customizable...
JNode is a Java New Operating system Design Effort.JNode is a simple to use and install Java operating system for personal use on modern devices. Any java application runs on it, fast and safe.See our homepage for additional information.
The Developer Edition of Xtend IVR is available for free download and contains comprehensive help, a single port runtime, debugging and emulation technology to enable an IVR to be developed using any multimedia system and does not have any time or feature restrictions.
LJOS stands for the sequence of words: Linux, Java, Operating System. This is an attempt to create a direct bytecode extension to the Linux kernel tightly integrated with a database as a common storage.