JDiskReport enables you to understand how much space the files and directories consume on your disk drives, and it helps you find obsolete files and folders. The tool analyses your disk drives and collects several statistics which you can view as overview charts and details tables.
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.
ProM is an extensible framework that supports a wide variety of process mining techniques in the form of plug-ins. Plug-ins currently support the import of and the conversion between several process modelling languages, including Petri nets (PNML, TPN), EPCs/EPKs (Aris graph format, EPML), and YAWL. Mining, analysis, and log filtering plug-ins are also available.
NEye is a Netflow V5 collector. It logs incoming Netflow V5 data to ASCII, MySQL, or SQLite databases, and it makes full use of POSIX threads if available. It works on most major platforms (Linux, Solaris, AIX, Irix, HP/UX, Mac OS X, Digital Unix, etc.) and older ones too (Ultrix, Nextstep, etc.).
RRDutil is a a tool to collect statistics (typically every 5 minutes) from multiple servers, store the values in RRD databases (using RRDtool), and plot out pretty graphs to a Web server on demand. The graph types shown include CPU, memory, disk (space and I/O), Apache, MySQL queries and query types, email, Web hits, and more.
Schroedinger is the combination of Apache Tomcat with a nice, clean Swing GUI. It provides an easy way to create and test JSP and Servlet Web applications. It records every JSP/HTTP activity so that every possible bug can be corrected immediately. Schroedinger can be used in personal mode, which prevents others from using its JSP Server while you develop the application. Alternatively, Schroedinger's working directory can be opened via file-sharing, so that a JSP can be copied to any computer of the JSP development team.