Mobile Device Tools provides a set of tools to help J2ME MIDP developers with Java implementations on new devices. The three tools are "Keys", which tests which events are generated by which keys and finds the key codes of non-standard keys, "Specs", which finds the basic device information and the support for the various optional JSRs, and "ClassBrowser", which provides information about feature support by allowing the user to explore the hierarchy of the classes present on the device.
The NAS Parallel Benchmarks (NPB) are a small set of programs designed to help evaluate the performance of parallel supercomputers. The benchmarks, which are derived from computational fluid dynamics (CFD) applications, consist of five kernels and three pseudo-applications. The NPB come in several flavors. NAS solicits performance results for each from all sources.
Nettion (NETwork TestIng and Operational eNvironment) is a framework for developing, deploying, and executing network performance tests, designed particularly for mobile ad-hoc networks. It is distinguished by not using control "backchannels" to start and stop the test, but rather using either a local setup network, the test network itself, or compact flash memory.
The Open Hardware Certification Program (OHCP) Test Suite is a collection of tests to verify the compatibility of your hardware with Open Source operating systems. Tests have been contributed by multiple authors and organizations, and are bundled with documentation, test procedures, and some automation scripts to help run the tests.
OO Bench compares the speed of the same object-oriented tasks in several object-oriented languages. C++, Objective-C, and Java are currently supported. Support for Smalltalk, CLOS, CSharp, and Eiffel are in development. It aims to be simple, easy to understand, and easy to port. It also aims to follow the idioms and best practices advised by each language as much as possible. It is designed to make it easy to look up how a particular problem is best solved in another language.
The Open CORBA Benchmarking Suite measures several basic performance aspects of various CORBA brokers. The suite produces an XML output that can be submitted to a searchable database of broker performance data and browsed in a graphical form. The suite is portable to a number of platforms and brokers.
OSDB, the open source database benchmark, is intended for the use of system and database developers, providing a significant chunk of benchmark code that can be used, tailored, and tweaked according to local needs. It is derived from AS3AP (ANSI SQL Standard and Portable Benchmark); its most important change is the segmentation of the benchmark, allowing developers to concentrate on the results that are most relevant to their work.