Understanding the JINI Networking Technology
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Published: 17 Sep 2007
Abstract
This article discusses the architecture, features and benefits of JINI and provides a brief introduction to Jini Extensible Remote Invocation (JERI). It also discusses some of the key terminologies related to the JINI Networking Technology and provides links to resources and discussion forums that are related to this technology.
by Joydip Kanjilal
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Introduction

JINI is a Java based networking architecture that is designed for distributed computing and is based on Service Oriented Architecture. It is an open source software architecture that can be used to design and implement adaptive, scalable distributed systems. Jini technology includes JavaSpaces Technology and Jini Extensible Remote Invocation (Jini ERI).  Jini is "highly flexible" and "adaptive to change" irrespective of its implementation in hardware or software. Jini network technology suffices to the requirements of any dynamic computing environment for building adaptive networks that are highly flexible, scalable and evolvable. You can consume a JINI enabled service from a service consumer or a program once it announces itself, i.e., makes its presence felt in the network. JERI is Jini Extensible Remote Invocation and may be defined as a new implementation of the Java RMI programming model.


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