The IBM Full-System Simulator has been developed and refined in conjunction with several large-system design projects built upon the IBM Power Architecture. As an execution-driven, full-system simulator, the IBM Full-System Simulator facilitates the experimentation and evaluation of a wide variety of system components for core IBM initiatives, such as the STI Cell and the IBM PERCS projects. The IBM Full-System Simulator for PowerPC 970 enables development teams both within and outside IBM to simulate a PowerPC 970 system in order to develop and enhance application support for this platform.
Splunk is an engine for machine data. Use Splunk to collect, index, and harness the fast moving machine data generated by all your applications, servers, and devices: physical, virtual, and in the cloud. Search and analyze all your real-time and historical data from one place. Splunking your machine data lets you troubleshoot problems and investigate security incidents in minutes, not hours or days. Monitor your end-to-end infrastructure to avoid service degradation or outages. Meet compliance mandates at lower cost. Correlate and analyze complex events spanning multiple systems. Gain new levels of operational visibility and intelligence for IT and the business.
IBM Single System View Monitor for DB2 is a system for quickly and efficiently monitoring a complex DB2 Distributed Partitioning Feature (DPF) environment. It provides a unified 'single system view' of a multi-partition DB2 database that can be used to quickly identify either partition-specific or global problems in the system.
Real Interfaces Visualizer (river) is an easy-to-use GUI (graphical user interface) multi-platform system for Java programmers to assemble and manage complex, interaction-enabled, three-dimensional user interfaces. The core of River is built upon Java3D, which is a Java API specification for 3D scene-based graphics programming.
Userexitd for TSM is a configurable handler for Tivoli Storage Manager events. It allows an administrator to filter events using regular expressions and run various actions for TSM events, such as sending mail and SNMP traps, writing messages into syslog, and running scripts and programs. This software consists of two parts: a simple shared library (userexit.so), which is dynamically linked to the TSM Server as a user exit and communicates using a socket with the userexitd daemon, which runs as a separate service. The daemon is configured with an XML configuration file.
TBarCode/X can be hooked into your spool system (LPR or CUPS) to create bar codes during printing automatically. It can also generate and save any desired bar code to EPS (Postscript), PCL (HPGL), JPEG, PNG, or GIF files. The generated bar codes can be printed on any PostScript or PCL printer. TBarCode/X provides automatic check digit calculation, printing tolerance minimization (OptResolution), bar width reduction (for inkjet printers), and many other features. It supports all common linear and 2D bar codes (such as PDF417, MaxiCode, Data Matrix, and QR-Code), in addition to all RSS Codes and EAN.UCC Composite Codes.
LibTBarcode is a comprehensive bar code library for C/C++ developers. LibTBarCode offers support for all common linear and 2D bar codes with output in PCL, EPS (Postscript), PDF, and several image formats. LibTBarcode is the barcode library used for TBarCode/X and can be easily integrated in all applications needing barcoding capabillities.
Perform a variety of functions on PDF files. These include (but are not limited to) adding page numbers, stamps, merging, overlay, extracting pages, extract/fill-in field data, extracting/replacing/resizing images, highlighting text, extracting/editing bookmarks, SMTP emailing the output, adding/extracting attachments, resizing pages, and encryption/password protection. This is a compiled command line program that runs stand alone.
LPAR (graphical logical partition) is a Java based GUI monitor for the system p5 server that allows the status of CPU and memory resources used by one or more LPARs to be monitored side by side. The user can monitor these various OS LPARs side by side to watch for problems or trends in CPU and memory utilization.