Puggle is a desktop search engine that provides full text search over files, folders, music, photos, Web pages, and other data that are stored locally on your computer. Puggle is able to create many different indices, each with a different configuration. For example, you may have a different index for your music collection as well as your documents. Each of them can be used on demand, simply by loading it. Furthermore, Puggle supports indexing of portable devices, like USB flash drives or external hard disks. The index will be stored in the device, using relative paths, allowing you to search over the data very quickly on any computer.
Chef is a systems integration framework, built to bring the benefits of configuration management to your entire infrastructure. With Chef, you can manage your servers by writing code, not by running commands (via Cookbooks), integrate tightly with your applications, databases, LDAP directories, and more (via Libraries), and easily configure applications that require knowledge about your entire infrastructure ("What systems are running my application?" "What is the current master database server?").
DBENGINE is a management system for using the database system PostgreSQL via browsers like Firefox. You can build multiple databases and configure and use them without logging into the server system. To use the databases, you only need a browser. The system gives you the ability to add own procedure for designing listings and input formulas. You can use binary large objects like any other type of field.
GroundWork Monitor Community Edition can give you insight into your computing infrastructure, allowing you to see the current and historical states of all your computers: servers, desktops, and laptops, all of your network devices, all of your services (like TCP/IP and Web services), and all of your applications (like mail servers and database apps). You can choose to be alerted when something goes awry via pager, SMS, email, or phone, and even set up automatic restarts or fall-overs.
XMLBeans is a technology for accessing XML by binding it to Java types. XMLBeans provides several ways to get at the XML. You can do this through XML schema that has been compiled to generate Java types that represent schema types. In this way, you can access instances of the schema through JavaBeans-style accessors after the fashion of "getFoo" and "setFoo". The XMLBeans API also allows you to reflect into the XML schema itself through an XML Schema Object model. There is a cursor model through which you can traverse the full XML infoset. There is support for XML DOM.
HN_htusers is a PHP class to manage users and groups in Apache Web server environments, with optional extra information for users. It uses Apache-style MD5-crypt passwords. It uses built-in CSS styles. Validation (min-max length, allowed characters) is built-in for all entries. The locking mechanism is robust. It includes examples of how to test your setup, how to embed a dynamic form for changing passwords into existing HTML code, using HTTP-Auth with .htaccess files in directories, and using HTTP-Auth without .htaccess files but with PHP.