Stratego/XT is a development environment for creating stand-alone transformation systems. It combines Stratego, a language for implementing transformations based on the paradigm of programmable rewriting strategies, with XT, a collection of reusable components and tools for the development of transformation systems. In general, Stratego/XT is intended for the analysis, manipulation, and generation of programs, though its features make it useful for transforming any structured documents. In practice, it has been used to build many types of transformation systems including compilers, interpreters, static analyzers, domain-specific optimizers, code generators, source code refactorers, documentation generators, and document transformers.
LPAR (graphical logical partition) is a Java based GUI monitor for the system p5 server that allows the status of CPU and memory resources used by one or more LPARs to be monitored side by side. The user can monitor these various OS LPARs side by side to watch for problems or trends in CPU and memory utilization.
TextureWorks is an awesome collection of natural textures. Hundreds of commercial-quality brick, water, sky, stone, cloth, wood, and marble textures and surfaces are included in the package. There are many different categories. Registration comes with two free bonus products and access to a large sound effects library.
CartoWeb is a comprehensive and ready-to-use Web-GIS (Geographical Information System) as well as a convenient framework for building advanced and customized applications. It is based on the UMN MapServer engine. CartoWeb is highly modular and customizable thanks to its object-oriented architecture. It runs evenly on Windows or Unix-like platforms and shows its real power when associated with PostgreSQL/PostGIS. Last but not least, CartoWeb may be set up as a SOAP Web Service, allowing a front-end server on one machine and data and map generation on another.
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.