Morph is a Java framework that eases the internal interoperability of an application. As information flows through an application, it undergoes multiple transformations. Morph provides a standard way to implement these transformations. In addition to providing a framework for performing transformations, Morph provides implementations of many common transformations. It has been built from the ground up for flexibility and extensibility, and it integrates seamlessly with dependency injection frameworks such as Spring, PicoContainer, and Hivemind.
MQRC2-GUI is an application that can interpret an MQ reason code number (i.e. 2035), MQ reason code symbol (i.e. MQRC_OBJECT_IN_USE) or AMQ message number (i.e. AMQ4005) and display the relevant information from the WebSphere MQ Messages manual. MQRC2-GUI requires Java Runtime Environment (JRE) 1.4 or higher and can run on any platform that has a JRE or JDK installed.
System Watchdog is a program that is designed to monitor a collection of Linux systems. It is configured to collect data on each monitored system at 5-minute intervals and build historical graphs using RRDTool. By default, it will gather statistics on CPU, memory, disk, and network usage. It also will attempt to monitor temperature and power settings. System Watchdog uses the paramiko module to ssh to all monitored systems. To access monitored systems, threads are implemented to access each remote host. After all threads have completed, watchdog will build a summary landing page to display the current status of each host, with links to a hardware inventory and resource graphs of each host.
Testar is a tool that reduces testing time for large Java unit test suites. It runs on top of JUnit and automatically selects individual tests to execute based on changes made to the code since the previous tool invocation. It can be used both from the command line and inside an IDE.