Orbit - Build Distributed and Scalable Online Services in JVM languages

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Orbit is a modern framework for JVM languages that makes it easier to build and maintain distributed and scalable online services. It helps to write distributed systems using virtual actors.

http://orbit.bioware.com/
https://github.com/electronicarts/orbit

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