Dwarf is a Java technology-based framework for developing network server applications.
Version: 1.3.0Dwarf Server Framework is a Java technology-based framework for developing network server applications.
Operating System: Linux
The primary goal of Dwarf is to support development of network servers based on the Internet standards. However, its architecture is quite universal and it is not limited to this kind of applications only.
The first available Dwarf-based applications are the Dwarf HTTP Server with Java Servlets and JSP and Dwarf Mail Server with ESMTP/POP3/IMAP4.
Simple design and very concise API together with an extensive documentation makes the learning and consequent work with the framework easy and fast for the development team.
Modular multithreaded architecture as well as efficient implementation guaranties the performance on top. Incorporation of Java 2 Platform Security Architecture and Java Authentication and Authorization Service (JAAS) helps to meet today's high security demands.
Dwarf Server Framework, although not an all-purpose universal wheel, offers extending the server functionality by customizing almost all its components:
· multithreaded service development
· support for TCP/UDP based services
· authentication via login modules
· authorization based on subjects
· logging and configuration
Furthemore, it comes with the full documentation, guides and examples, and is free of charge for the binary redistribution.
Here are some key features of "Dwarf Server Framework":
· universal multi-threaded server
· generic TCP and UDP protocol handlers
· extensible remote management
· various utility classes (DNS client, queues, caches, etc.)
· XML-based configuration
· application-independent authentication
· subject-based authorization
· proprietary or third party login modules
· SSL/TLS secure communication
· rich documentation with tutorials
· samples with source code included
· free of charge binary redistribution