GridGain 1.5 -- Open Source Grid Computing for Java

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GridGain Systems announced today availability of GridGain 1.5 release, an enterprise open source grid computing platform for Java.

GridGain Systems announced today availability of GridGain 1.5 release, an enterprise open source grid computing platform for Java. This release presents a continuation of software product with unique set of grid computing features, open source LGPL licensing and clear focus on high-performance Java-based development.

"Almost two years ago we set out to develop a technology that would change the enterprise Java grid computing landscape in much the same way Spring and JBoss have changed the JEE market through innovative design, streamline usability and focusing on a developer.", said Nikita Ivanov, founder of GridGain project.

Six month from the initial release GridGain 1.5 features new and improved functionality and class leading integration capabilities including integration with JBoss, Spring, Weblogic, Websphere, Coherence, GigaSpaces, Mule, JXinsight and others.

Nikita Ivanov went on to say: "Grid computing technology almost never used alone. Integration with established Java-based middleware products such as JBoss and Spring Framework is essential for adoption of any grid computing product and GridGain 1.5 boast probably the widest selection of compatible products in its class."

Availability
GridGain 1.5 is available for immediate download at http://www.gridgain.org/downloads.html. It requires Java 5 or higher and supports all major operating systems including Windows NT/2000/2003/XP/Vista, Linux, Mac OS X and major UNIX brands. GridGain is licensed under LGPL and can be used and modified in commercial environment with almost no restrictions.

About GridGain Systems
GridGain Systems started in Pleasanton, CA in 2005 by the group of people that realized that traditional grid computing solutions are still largely inadequate for the majority of businesses due to their complexity, high cost, and lack of simple integration with and applicability for mainstream enterprise technologies like JEE.

We envisioned the Open Source Java Grid Computing software that will combine intuitive integration and seamless application of the technology with state of the art grid computing features providing JEE grid enabling solution that is easy to acquire and easy to implement.

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