Event Alerter for WebSphere Application Server (WAS) sends email messages to a specified address when a WebSphere Application Server event (such as an error or warning) occurs. The email address can correspond to a pager or cell phone. WebSphere 5.0 server processes generate error, warning, and informational messages as they are executed so that operators can be warned about important events. These messages are written to a WebSphere Web-based console (if one is running) and to log files. However, few if any WebSphere administrators constantly monitor the console.
Simple PHP Hit Counter is a simple hit counter written in PHP and using SQLite as a database. It can be included in a page like an image, and the hits will be counted as the graphic is created. After that, the IP will be blocked for further counts (10 minutes by default). Administration (creation of counters, etc.) is done via a web frontend, which is password protected. There's also a log, a small statistics page and a calendar that shows the hits per day.