The Kingfisher Architecture v.1.0

A framework built using Java RMI communication to enable deployment of distinct components within it. The framework allows for the quick assembly of an SOA-based system built using components that can communicate with each other.

A framework built using Java RMI communication ...

  • The Kingfisher Architecture
  • 1.0
  • Osprey
  • Windows
  • Freeware
  • 136
  • Free

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