Cerber Grid is a light-weight high performance Java grid system that combines simplicity and easy of use with a powerful and versatile architecture. It contains a Web interface that allows a user to submit and view jobs, view statistics on the controller and the nodes, and perform other administrative functions.
IMC (Implementing Mobile Calculi) is a Java framework for implementing distributed applications possibly with code mobility. The name is due to the fact that this framework was originally built to help implement the run-time system of a mobile calculi implementation, i.e., calculi accessing remote resources and nodes, and, possibly, exchanging code, processes, and mobile agents. If you don't need code mobility features, you can simply ignore them and use IMC for building any distributed and network application.
NSFileHandleExt is an Objective-C extension (Cocoa/GNUstep) for the NSFileHandle class (which handles files/sockets). This extension provides support for much easier network programming for protocols like HTTP, IRC, telnet, etc. (everything that sends messages in lines suffixed by \n).
Vanguard provides enterprise class anti-virus and anti-spam protection to multiple internal mail servers, including the Gordano Messaging Suite, Microsoft Exchange, and IBM Lotus Notes/Domino. Dual anti virus scanning engines provide both traditional signature based virus protection and advanced Zero Hour protection. Any number of internal servers can be protected from a single Vanguard server. Each of those servers may be servicing the same Internet domain, separate Internet domains, or even multiple Internet domains on a single server. There is no limit to the number of protected domains or message throughput.
LDAP User Management System (LUMS) provides a set of basic LDAP API functions for PHP and a strong configuration language. This API can then be used to create Web services or can be used in any PHP script. The language allows the administrator to define LDAP object types along with their corresponding attributes. Each attribute may be defined as required as multivalued with a type (string, binary, dn, telephone, mail, etc.) and can be user inserted, constant, auto incremented, or function created. Attribute uniqueness is supported.
Nipper is a network infrastructure parser. It takes a network infrastructure device configuration file(s), processes it, and produces a report with a security audit, device configuration, and other relevant information. It currently supports Cisco IOS-based routers, Cisco IOS-based switches, Cisco IOS-based catalysts, Cisco NMP-based catalysts, Cisco CatOS-based catalysts, Cisco PIX-based Firewalls, Cisco ASA-based Firewalls, Cisco FWSM-based Firewalls, Cisco Content Service Switches, Juniper ScreenOS-based Firewalls (NetScreen), Nortel Passport devices, CheckPoint Firewall-1 Firewalls, and Sonicwall SonicOS-based Firewalls. Report output is in HTML, LaTeX, XML, and text formats.