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.
NordicEdge Certificate Services gives Web service providers a simple path to integrate x509 certificate authentication, digital signatures, and automatic self-registration with their existing authentication infrastructure. Users can be authenticated by HTTPS client certificates or by a simple WebServices API. The vast majority of x509 certificates are supported, both from major vendors and internal enterprise certificates. Supported signature types are PKCS#7, S/MIME, and XML Digital signatures.
Dbeacon is a distributed multicast monitoring tool. The main purpose of a beacon is to monitor other beacons' reachability and to collect statistics such as loss, delay, and jitter between beacons. Dbeacon supports both IPv4 and IPv6 multicast and supports collecting information using both Any Source Multicast (ASM) and Source-Specific Multicast (SSM).