Dwarf HTTP Server is a full-featured Web server with a Java Servlet API 2.2 implementation and JSP support. Since it is based on the Dwarf framework, it shares its common design principles: powerful security architecture, modularity and extensibility, XML-based configuration, uniform logging, and remote management.
Structural Analysis for Java is a set of tools to automatically detect and pinpoint architectural weaknesses. It is a collaboration between the expertise of Rational with IBM's testing and analysis know-how, using algorithms to hunt out antipatterns. SA4J provides mathematically proven ways of determining the quality of the architecture, and this assessment can be used as a basis for deciding whether to reuse or modify existing Java code. If code is marked as unstable, even the smallest change in the architecture can result in unexpected delays in development as well as potentially more defects.
NUS (Nemesis Utilities System) is a cross-platform C++ application development framework that focuses on the development of network applications, non-GUI applications, CGI scripts, database applications, and any kind of application that needs interoperability. NUS is very modular, making it easy to maintain, debug, and deploy. The library was greatly inspired by other libraries such as Trolltech's Qt.
The JACAL Project is a suite of programs, scripts, guidelines, protocols, documentation, and diskettes that assist in quick, network based loads/builds of machines. It has been used to build 70 University lab machines from scratch (No OS) in two hours. This includes NT service packs and 80+ applications on the NT side.