MetricsAnalytics is a Sonar plugin that analyzes the Total Quality related to your Java code. Using this plugin you can visualize your Java code from different points of view: Architecture Quality (normalized distance from main sequence, cycle number, etc.); Design Quality (CBO, DIT, NOC, RFC, etc.); Code Quality (comment, duplicated line, complexity cyclomatic, etc.); Test Quality (code coverage, test failed number, etc.); and Total Quality. MetricsAnalytics helps you to re-factorize your code and check your test coverage. It improves the maintainability, reliability, and efficiency of your project in running time. It tries to unify the concepts of XRadar in the Sonar World with some adaptations to get the Total Quality Indicator. It adds new domains and metrics in Sonar and an extension point in the dashboard: the "Design" domain with the class metrics of Ckjm, and the "Architecture" domain with the package metrics of JDepend.
PlugPBX is a prebuilt, ARM-based Debian system for end users to run Asterisk and FreePBX on the Marvell SheevaPlug low power platform. It includes Asterisk 1.6.1 with compiled DAHDI kernel mods, FreePBX 2.5, Apache2, MySQL, Samba, Munin, Webmin, Avahai, and OpenSSH. It is built on top of Debian Squeeze.
Patchman is a patch status monitoring tool for Linux systems. Patchman clients send a list of installed packages and enabled repositories to the server. The server (CLI or Web) tells the user which hosts require updates, whether those updates are normal or security updates, and shows installed packages that are not part of any repository. Hosts, packages, repositories. and operating systems can be filtered using features or arbitrary tags. For example, you can find out which hosts have a certain version of a package installed, and which repository it comes from. Patchman does not (yet) have the ability to update packages on hosts.
Qosmos NI_DUMP (“Network Intelligence Dump”) is Linux-based tool inspired by the popular tcpdump, enabling you to read, print, or save packet data related to traffic traveling over your network. Qosmos NI_DUMP is a light and versatile packet capture tool that recognizes 120 of the most commonly used protocols and applications, including SMTP, HTTP, MySQL, and NFs. This represents a small but useful sample of the full Qosmos Protocol Portfolio, comprising over 300 protocols and 4000 metadata. Unlike conventional packet dump tools, Qosmos NI_Dump can identify protocols using non-standard TCP or UDP ports, and incorporates an easy-to-use advanced filter expression language that enables users to zoom in on data of most interest to them, such as FTP transfers matching a particular filename or HTTP requests containing a particular keyword.
Novo Builder is a Debian GNU/Linux tool for creating your own up-to-date Ubuntu variants customized to include the programs, themes, and customized settings that you want. It provides a convenient interface for editing and building your very own OS in under one hour (depending on your Internet speeds). Novo is so simple that a general Linux user will produce results on their very first try, but it's also powerful enough that advanced hackers are able to make it preform tasks in the way they want with full control of the end results. One of the best features of Novo is how simple it is to share what you create, so others can use your ideas in their own projects. Novo can store any number of projects, so you can have a large collection of pre-sets that you can run. Novo is able to build an OS for i386 and amd64 (if your host uses the amd64 architecture) and is able to customize which repositories you use to build and which packages you include.
Aquarium is a Web-based GUI for Linux based systems. It currently covers/supports some of the most important Linux-based systems that are meant for server computing platforms, networking devices (including custom-built devices such as firewalls, IDS, IPS, WAN optimization, and Web caching), remotely rented hosting and other dedicated custom servers, systems/servers within an intranet, and systems/servers within cloud networks, CDN networks, or distributed SaaS Application Nodes. It supports Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, and Opera, and runs on Fedora Core. In the future, it should be supported on Red Hat Enterprise Linux, CentOS, Knoppix, and Debian. It provides abstraction for common Linux tools and other popular command line tools: ping, traceroute, ifconfig, netstat, who, arp, route, some important /proc system information and statistics, a custom file manager/explorer, iptables or Linux Firewall, Linux static routes, Linux brctl, cron scheduling, Linux users, and GRUB bootloader. It also supports MySQL. It should support exclusively all of the features of Traffic Squeezer.