Experimental fault resilient Grid Network

Basically, Nodezilla is an experimental grid based p2p system available for Windows and Linux (on Intel platforms).

Technically, Nodezilla is a secured, distributed and fault tolerant routing system (aka Grid Network). Its main purpose is to serve as a link for distributed services built on top of it (like chat, efficient video multicasting streaming, File Sharing, secured file store ...). Nodezilla provides cache features; any server may create a local replica of any data object. These local replicas provide faster access and robustness to network partitions. They also reduce network congestion by localizing access traffic. It is assumed that any server in the infrastructure may crash, leak information, or become compromised, therefore in order to ensure data protection, redundancy and cryptographic techniques are used.

It currently offers five services:

As this is a quite new and evolved p2p protocol compared to existing products, we welcome any comments on it.

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Nodezilla Client with unicode and Azureus plugin

Late breaking news

The Experimental Distributed BitTorrent Database is available
The plugin for Azureus allowing integration of the Nodezilla Grid and BitTorrent in some way is available here. An explanation of how things work is here.
If you have ideas on this topic, then use the wiki, or the contact address.
29 Jan 2010 - Nodezilla 0.5.15-cindy for Linux&Windows !
Winter fixes

Changelog is available here.

Old news

11 Jul 2009 - Nodezilla 0.5.13-cindy for Windows !
Summer fixes

Changelog is available here.

09 Feb 2009 - Nodezilla 0.5.9-cindy for Linux !
Christmas (but late) fixes.

Changelog is available here.

26 Dec 2008 - Nodezilla 0.5.9-cindy for Win32 !
Christmas fixes.

Changelog is available here.

17 Oct 2008 - Nodezilla 0.5.7-cindy for Win32 & Linux available !
Nasty bug fix

Changelog is available here.