Ad Hoc Development and Integration Tool for End Users (ADIEU) is a programming tool for radically simplified development of Web services and applications. This Web-accessible programming and hosting system provides an environment that lets end users create and deploy dynamic Web pages and Web services without needing extensive knowledge about languages like PHP and Java.
Component Templates for Assets and Artifacts is an Eclipse-based toolkit that allows developers to focus on business aspects of the development process instead of the technological. This Java-implemented toolkit automatically enforces all template-defined constraints, which makes it easier to create ready-to-use and reusable assets or artifacts.
Multi-Dimensional Clustering (MDC) Table Size Estimator for DB2 is an application that can be used to optimally estimate space requirements based on table statistics and MDC parameters. It has the ability to use one or more clustering dimensions, which speeds up the query process and frees users from the burdens of converting a table to MDC on AIX and Windows.
IBM Client Application Tool for JMS is a standalone, light weight, J2EE client application that is intended to run inside a J2EE client container and does not require any installation. It uses the domain-independent JMS common interfaces or domain-specific, point-to-point interfaces to test messaging infrastructures without writing JMS client code.
Pmcount for Linux on Power Architecture is a Linux tool for configuring, collecting, and printing the performance counter events on IBM PowerPC 970, POWER4, POWER4+, POWER5, and POWER5+ processors. This tool is necessary for analyzing performance issues and identifying or eliminating possible problems.
IBM Real-Time Class Analysis Tool for Java lets developers deploy their Java applications without manually defining classes that should be preloaded. It scans the Java bytecode and the classes that it uses, generating a Java source that preloads and pre-compiles all of these classes.
IBM TuningFork: Visualization of Real-Time Systems is an Eclipse-based visualization and performance analysis tool for real-time applications with support for Java, C++, real-time JVM, and Linux. TuningFork enhances data exploration and performance analysis by coupling a powerful data-processing mechanism with a high-performing user interface.
The IBM Web Service Streaming Engine uses a standards-based streaming protocol to stream MP3 audio, MPEG-4 video, images, and text through external content management. This multi-media streaming engine integrates well with existing Web-based enterprise applications, has been tested on Apache Axis and WebSphere service hosts, and can run on both Linux and Windows.