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Mohamed Abdelaziz

Mohamed Abdelaziz is one of the principal senior architects of Project JXTA, Peer-to-Peer Networking, at Sun Microsystems since the inception of the project. Most of Mohamed's focus has been in the areas of DHT, Discovery, Peer Resolution, Pipe, and net.jxta.socket to name a few. Mohamed's professional life before Project JXTA included research and development of Java Technologies, Data Communication, and device driver development.


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Posted by hamada on February 22, 2008 at 11:38 AM PST

New JXTA Micro Edition (CLDC/MIDP 2.0)

Posted by hamada on February 2, 2008 at 12:21 PM PST


Last week a new version of the JXTA edge protocols was open sourced at
the "Java Mobile and
Embedded Developer Days
".  Up until recently the JXTA
protocols have been implemented under JavaSE, C, JavaME CDC profile,
and prox

Dynamic Scalable Clustering

Posted by hamada on October 6, 2007 at 3:00 PM PDT

In today's information technology world, fault tolerance has become an expected system characteristic, as demands on such systems, not only requires the availability of data, but also the efficiency of such systems.

JXTA 2.5 FCS is just around the corner

Posted by hamada on September 4, 2007 at 8:48 PM PDT


The next release of JXTA for Java SE/EE 5.0, JXSE 2.5 "Pavlova", is
finally nearing completion. The Pavlova release is the result of
tremendous effort over the last ten months.

Shoal Dynamic Clustering

Posted by hamada on November 9, 2006 at 11:57 AM PST

The href="">Shoal Framework provides a
cluster communication and event mechanisms. Shoal's  core service
(GMS), enables an application to dynamically become a member of  a
predefined cluster, and as such, is subscribed to cluster events, such
as :

Demystifying Pipes, JxtaSockets, JxtaMulticastSocket, and JxtaBiDiPipes

Posted by hamada on August 23, 2005 at 9:20 AM PDT

Lately there has been several inquiries about JXTA's PipeService, and companion utilities (JxtaSocket, JxtaMulticastSocket, and JxtaBiDiPipe) on JXTA's discussion lists, hence this blog to shed more light on the PipeService and utilities provided, and their inherit features.

Distributed Collections, and Maps

Posted by hamada on June 14, 2005 at 11:56 PM PDT

There's no reason to wonder any longer. The JXTA platform is well suited for the task, and provides several mechanisms which allow a variety of features which can be offered by such applications.

Have you heard of Google's Summer of Code?

Posted by hamada on June 6, 2005 at 10:28 AM PDT

If you have answered yes to the above, we are very happy for you!.
Google is sponsoring the Summer of Code, and Project JXTA is one of the participating organizations. We have created a list of projects in the areas where we seek contribution. If you are a student and it is of interest to you, you can read about all the details and the list of projects at :

JXME on CDC? maybe closer than you think

Posted by hamada on May 15, 2005 at 11:53 PM PDT

The JXME project has provided proxy based support of a subset of the JXTA protocols. The proxy provided much of the interaction between the device and other nodes on the network.