The original contributor:
Q: Need a multi-threading Java Backend Server for your application development?
Would you just like to place a request in a background queue and not have to write all the code to control it? [ example ]
Would you like to run a backend queuing and threading server embedded within any application (including a J2ME (CLDC) application?) Would you like to segregate processing into separate Java Virtual Machines? Do you need a backend object for your Web Service (Jini and eventually UDDI)? Is it too time-consuming to develop a custom management framework with prioritized queues and multi-threading capabilities that can handle Timed, Autonomous, Urgent and Multi-Component requests?
A: If you need a secure, reliable, manageable and fault tolerant asynchronous process manager for any purpose and do not wish to start at the beginning designing and testing one yourself, then you need Tymeac
Tymeac provides a
prioritized queuing facility and high-quality thread management in a [separate virtual machine] with a minimal footprint that is easy to use.
Tymeac addresses the volume problem.
Tymeac manages asynchronous processes and their associated threads and sends the results of processing either back to the requester or forward to another process.
Tymeac is a vendor-neutral, multi-platform, high performance, highly scalable software tool.
Tymeac lets you focus on implementing software solutions to your problems instead of being in the software tool business.
Segregation means placing the processing in an RMI Server. Clients may be EJBs,
Servlets, Applets or other applications. Now -- why segregate an application?
- A portion of your application:
- has outgrown a single system's processing capability.
- has special processor requirements or needs to be readily portable.
- needs isolating because of security or data access reasons.
- needs a background function.
- An application needs concurrent access by a multitude of clients with load balancing.
- A large and/or complex application needs to implement a structure of independent agents.
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