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What is the future of Jini/ Javaspace?  RSS feed

 
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Given that Sun is acquired by Oracle, it appears that Jini is not in Oracle's future roadmap given not a strong Jini commercial success.

I wonder what's the future of javaspace.
 
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JavaSpaces is a simple, powerful, but unspectacular technology that appears to have no direct competition so I expect it will stick around.

Check the Gigaspaces web site - they are the major commercial vendor.

I think it is cool that they have Gigaspaces apps running in the "cloud" for distributed computing.

Will Jini be used anywhere else? I have no idea.

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