Open Source ClusterKnoppix Alternatives
BOINC (Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing) is a software platform for volunteer computing and desktop grid and volunteer computing.
- - BOINC is the most popular Windows, Android, Mac & Linux alternative to ClusterKnoppix.
- - BOINC is the most popular Open Source & free alternative to ClusterKnoppix.
Charity Engine takes enormous, expensive computing jobs and chops them into 1000s of small pieces, each simple enough for a home PC to work on as a background task. Once each PC has finished its part of the puzzle, it sends back the correct answer and earns some money for...
Charity Engine Features
A software family that brings distributed computing to the browser, including a server and client.
- - Distri.js is the most popular Web-based & Self-Hosted alternative to ClusterKnoppix.
GridRepublic is a customized version of the BOINC software designed to simplify installation and participation by the average computer user.
Simply put, JPPF enables applications with large processing power requirements to be run on any number of computers, in order to dramatically reduce their processing time. This is done by splitting an application into smaller parts that can be executed simultaneously on...
FlashMob Computing started as a challenge. Could we convince enough people to bring their conventional computers to a single location in order to build a temporary supercomputer, one that could compete with the fastest and most expensive computers in the world?Discontinued
PelicanHPC is a Debian-based live CD image with a goal to make it simple to set up a high performance computing cluster. The front-end node (either a real computer or a virtual machine) boots from the CD image.
Rocks is an free Linux cluster distribution that enables end users to easily build computational clusters, grid endpoints and visualization tiled-display walls. 100's of researchers from around the world have used Rocks to deploy their own cluster.
DIET is a software for grid-computing. As middleware, DIET sits between the operating system (which handles the details of the hardware) and the application software (which deals with the specific computational task at hand).