This book will show you how to use JavaSpaces to build practical, scalable distributed systems.It will increase your understanding of where JavaSpaces are applicable, and how to use themeffectively within your system architecture.
JavaSpaces in Practice is structured in three parts:
* Part One focuses on patterns for designing and evolving entries from the basics to advanced distributed data structures.
* Part Two covers designs and idioms associated with remote events, code mobility, and both transient and persistent spaces.
* Part Three highlights some practical applications including implementing smart proxies, location-based services and agent systems, together with guidelines and tips for testing and tuning JavaSpaces.
Developers and programmers with some experience in Java will learn by example a set of idiomsthat make distributed systems more dynamic and flexible.