What is Jtrix?

Nik Silver

Jtrix is an open source Java platform for distributed and adaptive applications. That means Jtrix applications can exist as many small components (called "netlets") which communicate and move around a network as needed, with the application as whole, growing and shrinking, and buying in new services as needed, including hosting. Accountability and security are at the heart of Jtrix, with all resource usage being accounted and, potentially, payments made accordingly. Jtrix is designed to allow small applications to cost little to run, but to grow as needed, costing proportionally more only as they scale up.

There is a very short intro to Jtrix plus other papers and downloads etc on the Jtrix.org site.

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