The ruleCore Engine is an event-driven rule engine that manages and executes reaction rules. The rules are event-condition-action (ECA) style of rules. The ruleCore Engine provides capabilities for detection of complex patterns of events, called situations. Events can be combined with logical and temporal operators in order to describe complex situations. When a situation is detected, the ruleCore Engine can execute an action to alert external applications or users of the situation. The ruleCore Engine is fed with events through connectors. Currently, connector implementations exist for plain sockets, XML-RPC, IBM WebSphere MQ, and TIBCO Rendezvous. Experimental support exists for running the engine within Zope and calling Zope methods when a rule triggers its action.
Network Management Tool makes it possible to quickly find vital information about any of your network devices such as serial numbers and support contact information. A log is kept for each device so that you can enter service information. An automatic export feature that will create a spreadsheet or database-ready file is also provided. Each list is easily edited with a Web interface.
TaskForest is a simple but expressive job scheduler that allows you to chain jobs and tasks and to create time dependencies. It uses plain-text configuration files to specify task dependencies. It comes with a built-in RESTful Web service. It was originally designed for a single machine, but support for multiple machines is planned.
TeamCity is an out-of-the-box build management and continuous integration server supporting both Java and .NET teams. Its unique features include pre-tested commits that — protect the code base and ensures that no broken code is ever committed, a Build Grid that allows builds and tests to be run under different platforms and environments simultaneously, extreme ease of configuration, and integration with top IDEs: Eclipse, IntelliJ IDEA, and Visual Studio.