Francesco Lelli

 

Francesco Lelli

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Software

The majority of the code that I write is Open Source and released under GPL or BSD license. What follows is a list of alive software where I contributed or I am contributing.
  • The Tiny Instrument Element (IE) (blog) is an open source initiative for integration of instruments into the Cloud and/or Grid.
  • The Agent Web (blog) is an open source initiative for enabling end-user programming on the web.
  • JOpera is an Eclipse-based workflow engine
  • I contribute to the realization of the CMS-RunControl and the DT-RunControl for the CMS Experiment and the AGATA-RunControl for the AGaTA Experiment.
  • JMS-RMM is a JMS Compliant Publish/Subscribe system based on a Reliable Multicast protocol developed by IBM.
  • HFFZip is a file compressor that I did long time ago (thx to Claudio for the code maintenance).
  • I founded, scripted and maintained this Ultima On Line Server in 2000/2001: thanks to every player for keep supporting and maintaining this initiative!

Software Tag Cloud:
SQL Servlet LINUX Cloud Computing JAVA C/C++ J2EE PHP JMS GRID SOA Web Services REST JavaScript Eclipse Tomcat XML/XSD JXTA


Demos

A demonstration on a possible P2P approach for the geo-location of instruments is available at the demo page of the Instrument Element project. You can find more demos related to issues and solutions encountered during the virtualization of instruments at the Tiny Instrument Element project web site. Finally additional demos regarding the integration between Instruments and Grid can be found at the GridCC Project web site.


Have you ever think to..

... write some code and have some fun? If the answer is yes, you may want to look at these project proposals:Web2.0 for Grid Computing Lego Mindstorm, Volunteer Computing