Pulse 2 is a tool that simplifies application deployment, inventory, and maintenance of an IT network. It has been designed to handle anywhere from dozens of computers on a single site to 100 000+ computers spread on many sites. It is an easy-to-use, safe, and flexible solution that lets you create and deploy hard disk images of your computers, deploy new software and security updates on all your IT assets, perform software and hardware inventory, and perform remote diagnostics and remote management.
PRADS is a "Passive Real-time Asset Detection System". It passively listens to network traffic and gathers information on hosts and services it sees. This information can be used to map your network, letting you know what services and hosts are alive and used. It can also be used together with your favorite IDS/IPS setup for "event to host/service" correlation. It can help you make sure that your inventory database is up to date. PRADS commes in two versions. One written in Perl, and one written in C. Some features might only be found in one of the versions.
StratosERP is a module set that allows you to use Drupal as a major part of your business operations in areas that Quickbooks and MYOB are lacking. The Drupal node system is used so that almost any other Drupal module can also be added to expand the power of the system. Existing Drupal modules are employed wherever possible, using Views, Gmap, Date, and Calendar modules in particular. The Stratos ERP module can act as the core of a small business, handling all aspects of it except tax reporting and employee payroll. Its features include franchises, stores, quoting/estimates, invoices, purchase orders, payment receipt, stock tracking over multiple stores with the option of tracking by serial number, job tracking, automated item/pricing import from CSV/XLS files via the Web or email, PDF generation of invoices for email, Ubercart item synchronization, POS instant login via RFID tag, and more.
The Clacks Framework enables implementators to abstractly manage infrastructure entities, such as users, groups, machines and structure items. These are freely defineable and mappable to various backends like LDAP or MongoDB. Additionally it can handle joined clients, collect inventory data, and manage these clients in various ways. All information, API, and events are exposed on an AMQP message bus, and can be used by shell scripts, Web GUIs, etc.