IBM UDDI Registry is a UDDI-compliant registry for Web services in a private intranet environment. (UDDI stands for Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration). Web services developers can publish and test their applications in a secure, private environment for internal business applications. This registry is geared toward activities such as Web services development, testing, and deployment for internal business applications, and therefore it has different requirements and characteristics than public UDDI registries.
Adeos Filesystem Security Scanner is an automated filesystem security scanner. It recursively walks all mounted filesystems on the local system, and attempts to identify common security concerns, such as SUID, and world-writeable files. The output is available as text or HTML, with either output type formatted in either report or list style. Text is written to stdout and may be redirected to a file, while HTML is written to a file named results.html in the local directory.
The Modular Application Engine (MAPE) allows programmers to write multi-tier applications in multiple programming languages, using different GUIs for the clients, and accessing multiple database systems. Whole applications are stored in the MAPE system catalog which is stored in a supported SQL database server. XML is used for application description. The applications are generally run on the server, but some parts can run on the client.