Netdisco is a Web-based network management tool. Users can locate the switch port of an end-user system by IP or MAC address. Data is stored using a SQL database. Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP) optionally provides automatic discovery of the network topology. The network is inventoried by both device model and operating system (like IOS). It uses router ARP tables and L2 switch MAC forwarding tables to locate nodes on physical ports and track them by their IP addresses. For each node, a time stamped history of the ports it has visited and the IP addresses it has used is maintained. It gets all its data, including CDP topology information, with SNMP polls and DNS queries. Security features include a wire-side Wireless Access Point (AP) locator.
The Eye Of Horus is a monitoring and alerting tool for computers. It's mainly useful for monitoring network services such as HTTP or SMTP servers and the internal status of Unix servers, including load, disk usage, and process counts. It is designed using independent modules with well-defined interfaces, making it easy to customize and extend.
Wiseman is an implementation of the WS-Management specification for the Java SE platform. The project scope includes the WS-Management specification and its dependent specifications, which can be found at http://www.dmtf.org/standards/wbem/wsman/. The project requires Java SE 5+ or above, and is built on JAXB 2.0 and SAAJ 1.3 (part of the JAX-WS project). Ant scripts for standalone and Netbeans builds are supplied.
Tea4CUPS is similar in functionality to the *nix command "tee", but in the form of a CUPS (Common UNIX Printing System) backend. Tea4CUPS captures a print job's data in their final form while they are being sent to a printer (more precisely, to a CUPS backend), and at the same time allows you to dispatch these data to any number of commands.
Nageographer is a graphical utility to aid in positioning icons on the status display maps in Nagios (a network monitoring tool). Nagios, as shipped, requires you to enter coordinates for each icon you want displayed on the status map. This utility lets you drag the icons around where you want them and will save your coordinates back to the config file for you.
fupids2 is a so-called human oriented IDS based on the FUPIDS project. fupids2 calculates an attacker level for every user on all Unix/Linux/BSD systems in the network. It looks at the behavior of the user (the programs the user uses, the daytime the user is active, the building and room the user uses, the part of the room in which the user sits, and so on) and reports if the user engages in behavior that is unusual for that person. This method can often detect accounts overtaken by attackers.
Cammgr manages a collection of web cameras. It will bring cameras online or offline, and initiate or suspend image capture operations. Any camera can be controlled provided a driver is available. Cammgr supports multiple images per camera, default images for inactive cameras, per- user/host/camera notifications, and an easy-to- use configuration file. It can scan Apache log files to auto-initiate image capture, and tune capture frequency can to the minimum needed to ensure that clients receive a new image on request.
Moab Grid Suite is a professional grid workload management solution that integrates scheduling, management, monitoring, and reporting of workloads across independent clusters. Moab makes moving to a grid easy by adding grid-optimized job submission and management in a matter of minutes. Moab optimizes data staging and seamlessly integrates with existing security mechanisms or with grid security tool kits such as Globus. It gives sites extensive control over ownership-based access, priority, and service levels. It provides fine-tuned control over the workload and resources to make the grid usable.
Moab Workload Manager is a High Performance Computing (HPC) resource management and job scheduler. It is designed and developed by the same developers as the popular Maui Scheduler, and it provides the same powerful cluster scheduling capabilities with the addition of events, resources, and grid policy engines.