pmcyg is a tool for creating customized collections of Cygwin packages together with the Cygwin installer. This enables self-contained distributions to be created without having to mirror the entire set of Cygwin packages. For example, it can create a single CD-ROM or DVD from which a personalized version of Cygwin can be installed on machines not connected to the Web. A basic installer can be created in less than 25MB; a full set of Cygwin packages might fill a DVD-ROM; or a selection of packages can be constructed to suit your chosen installation medium. pmcyg will then download these and all their dependencies automatically. pmcyg can be used either as a command-line script or via a simple graphical interface.
flashrd creates OpenBSD images tailored for embedded hardware devices and for executing from a virtualized environment. It installs a complete OpenBSD system with "one-touch" upgrade capability. It boots from a ramdisk to make in-place upgrades easy and complete. flashrd partitions for read-only operation by default, to minimize flash wear.
Drupowa is an application that allows you to easily restore Drupal installations from 'Snapshots', archived Drupal folders. If a Snapshot contains a schema.sql file, the database can also be restored. This is useful if you would like to have several ready installations that need to be reused in the future, or for sharing your current installation with your colleagues.
Syoncloud Logs processes log files from various applications and many servers. It can capture business relevant information from everyday log files generated by Web servers, business applications, and back office applications. It uses Flume sinks that run on the machines that produce log files. This data is filtered and relevant events channeled to HBase. The HBase NoSQL database is used for actual data analysis. The number of HBase nodes depends on the amount of processed log files. Syoncloud Logs has an easy to use installer that includes all necessary components such as Hadoop, Flume, Hbase, and Zookeeper.