Sahana is a Web-based disaster / crisis / emergency management system and collaboration tool that addresses the common coordination problems during a disaster from finding missing people, managing aid, managing volunteers, tracking camps, and managing needs effectively between Government groups, the civil society (NGOs), and the victims themselves.
Isobel is a framework to build complex information retrieval and analysis systems. Isobel can be functionally divided in two subsytems, Isobel Gatherer (the crawling and filtering subsystem) and Isobel Analyzer (the analysis subsystem). The two subsytems can also be used separately. Isobel Gatherer offers ready-to-use services like content fetching, scheduling, document format conversion, Hyperlink graph storage and analysis, content storage and indexing. A programmer may easily add new services. Isobel Analyzer uses the IBM UIMA architecture to reuse the analysis components developed for this architecture.
appx BANG! (Business Applications Next Generation) is an integrated suite of financial accounting and distribution applications. It is appropriate if you are looking for business applications that can be easily customized and enhanced to meet the exact needs of your business. Its applications include general ledger, payables, receivables, payroll, inventory, order entry, commission accounting, purchase order control, and sales analysis. It uses an Internet-enabled client-server implementation that is scalable and platform independent.
Activity Manager is a project management tool that is simple to use, lightweight, and very efficient and customizable. It features collaborators repository administration, tasks repository administration, contributions management (activity management), and an extensible report facility (with built in templates). It allows you to build and maintain a hierarchical task tree. It is based on a database with a very simple model that allows quickly building custom reports through the report facility or through simple SQL requests.
QuickBuild is a continuous integration and release management server, acting as the central place to produce, test, deploy, and release software builds. It is designed to guard the health of your project by preventing broken builds, and to improve your build delivery process by pushing builds through a customizable pipeline (for example, dev->QA->release) with related information connected such as resolved issues and relevant SCM changes.
Zoho Virtual Office provides a virtual collaboration platform with which individuals and groups can communicate, collaborate, organize, and share information seamlessly. The collaboration suite includes email, documents, calendar, tasks, contacts, notes, links, IM, and more. Zoho Virtual Office allows users to create multiple groups and provides smooth collaboration of these components within groups. All data in the system can be accessed from any computer that has an Internet connection and a Web browser.
Palabre is a Flash XML multi-user socket server. It is meant to be used as replacement for the Macromedia Flash Communication Server. It's much more limited, but it has all the basic features for connecting Flash-based clients through XML sockets (such as sending and receiving messages or creating rooms). You can use it to create multiuser applications like chatting, (almost) real time games, and online support. It does not include video streaming functions.
WSRF Plug-ins for OSGi is a light-weight implementation of the Web Services Resource Framework (WSRF) and associated specifications as OSGi plug-ins for resource-constrained environments. The robust IBM On- Demand Infrastructure (ODI) draws heavily from the Services-Oriented Architecture (SOA) in order to build homogeneous interfaces for accessing, managing, and integrating heterogeneous IT resources. It is imperative that such an abstraction layer on top of the resources should not hamper the resources' performance.
ControlTier is a set of tools and an automation framework for deploying and managing multi-tier Web applications (or any application stack). It orchestrates the deployment and updating of code, data, and content across multiple physical, virtual, or cloud-based servers or clusters. Multiple tools include a command dispatching framework, a self-service Web interface, a multi-purpose CMBD/inventory tool, and a reporting infrastructure. Tools can be used individually or as an integrated system for large scale use.