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Release of rsplib 2.5.0

From:  Thomas Dreibholz <dreibh-AT-iem.uni-due.de>
To:  lwn-AT-lwn.net
Subject:  Release of rsplib 2.5.0
Date:  Sun, 31 Aug 2008 11:02:51 +0200
Message-ID:  <200808311102.53673.dreibh@iem.uni-due.de>

The RSPLIB project has just released the stable version 2.5.0 of 
the RSPLIB Open Source RSerPool package. It can be downloaded from the 
project's homepage: http://tdrwww.iem.uni-due.de/dreibholz/rserpool/ 

RSPLIB provides a light-weight environment for server pooling. If you are 
looking for a simple-to-use workload distribution system without the overhead 
and configuration effort of GRID computing, this package is what you are 
looking for!
RSPLIB is the Open Source implementation (GPLv3) of the IETF's upcoming 
standard for Reliable Server Pooling (RSerPool). It provides lightweight 
protocols and functionalities for the management of server pools and sessions 
between users and pools. In particular, RSerPool can be used for highly 
available applications and for load distribution and load balancing in server 
pools. Its API is simple to use and understand, making the development of own 
distributed applications very easy. An application using RSerPool is 
SimProcTC, a load distributor for OMNeT++ simulation runs (see 
http://www.exp-math.uni-essen.de/~dreibh/omnetpp/).


Happy RSerPooling!
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 Dr. Thomas Dreibholz

 University of Duisburg-Essen,                   Room ES210
 Inst. for Experimental Mathematics              Ellernstra├če 29
 Computer Networking Technology Group            D-45326 Essen/Germany
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