GAMF is a framework that allows developers to focus on system specific components when building managers for controlling a target system's configuration parameter in an autonomic manner. GAMF provides autonomic control components which are based on the autonomic management cycle (see Kephart and Chess). The generic control components comprise monitoring facilities (event generation), managing of monitoring data (thread-safe provision and filtering for events), and scheduling of metric extractions or policy evaluations (at regular intervals, or at the occurrence of a specific event, or arbitrarily). In addition to the generic control components, GAMF provides abstract system specific control components which can be easily extended and customized.
Java XML XPath - Eclipse Templates is a set of 24 Java editor templates for easily working with XML documents in Eclipse. It lets you just type XML in any Java editor and select what you want to do with the XML document. It uses the DOM parser provided with the JDK, so there is nothing more to install. Instructions, templates, and examples for using XPath are included along with three cheat sheets for working with the DOM and XPath.