High-speed, 3D-friendly, TightVNC-compatible remote desktop software
TurboVNC is a high-performance, enterprise-quality version of VNC based on TightVNC, TigerVNC, and X.org. It contains a variant of Tight encoding that is tuned for maximum performance and compression with 3D applications (VirtualGL), video, and other image-intensive workloads. TurboVNC, in combination with VirtualGL, provides a complete solution for remotely displaying 3D applications with interactive performance. TurboVNC's high-speed encoding methods have been adopted by TigerVNC and libvncserver, and TurboVNC is also compatible with any other TightVNC derivative. TurboVNC forked from TightVNC in 2004 and still covers all of the TightVNC 1.3.x features, but TurboVNC contains numerous feature enhancements and bug fixes relative to TightVNC, and it compresses 3D and video workloads much better than TightVNC while using generally only 5-20% of the CPU time of the latter. Using non-default settings, TurboVNC can also be made to compress 2D workloads as "tightly" as TightVNC.
SocketTest - powerful and small software tool for socket testing. It can create both TCP and UDP client or server. It can be used to test any server or client that uses TCP or UDP protocol to communicate.
Free open source ETL software for data integration anywhere.
Expand your open source stack with a free open source ETL tool for data integration and data transformation anywhere. Work with the latest cloud applications and platforms or traditional databases and applications using Open Studio for Data Integration to design and deploy quickly with graphical tools, native code generation, and 100s of pre-built components and connectors. Open Studio for Data Integration is fully open source, so you can see the code and work with it. Embed existing Java code libraries, create your own components or leverage community components and code to extend your project. Millions of downloads and a full range of robust, open source integration software tools have made Talend the open source leader in cloud and big data integration.
Ganglia is a scalable distributed monitoring system for high-performance computing systems such as clusters and Grids. It is based on a hierarchical design targeted at federations of clusters. Supports clusters up to 2000 nodes in size.
Fast, scalable, robust graph database platform
Sign up to stay in touch with Blazegraph: http://eepurl.com/brRrnT. Blazegraph™Database is our flagship graph database. It is specifically designed to support big graphs offering both Semantic Web (RDF/SPARQL) and Graph Database (blueprints, vertex-centric) APIs. It maintains 100% binary and API compatibility with Bigdata® prior to 1.5.0. It features robust, scalable, enterprise-class storage and query and high-availability with online backup, failover and self-healing. It is in production use with enterprises such as Autodesk, EMC, Wikidata, Yahoo7!, and many others. Blazegraph™ Database provides both embedded and standalone modes of operation. Blazegraph has a High Availability and Scale Out architecture. Highly scalable Blazegraph graph can handle 50 Billion edges. Feature Matrix: https://www.blazegraph.com/product/ Support Options: https://www.blazegraph.com/product/support/ Commercial Licensing: https://www.blazegraph.com/services/blazegraph-licensing/
Joone is a neural net framework written in Java(tm). It's composed by a core engine, a GUI editor and a distributed training environment and can be extended by writing new modules to implement new algorithms or architectures starting from base component
Vine Server(OSXvnc) is a robust, full-featured VNC server for MacOS X. It allows VNC clients to remotely view or control the machine. It is provided by TestPlant, for use with Vine Viewer AND Eggplant for cross-platform testing,
Framework for intelligent service-based networks. Mobile compatible.
Fully integrated framework for building and deploying service-based networks (SOA / Microservices). Communication includes XML-RPC, REST and Web Services. Other features include service protection, admin scripts, metadata, query processes, autonomous, agent-based, or self-organising. Special to the system are its AI and text-processing features. In particular, there is an Autonomic Manager framework with a BPEL-style execution script. Sub-packages include text or query processing and a problem solver provides a range of algorithms. These can also be used separately, but advanced programming and configuration is required. A free All-in-One GUI allows you to manage services and function, and add your own modules. Example Apps are included and the images illustrate the functionality. The open source p2p server requires only the HTTP address and optional passwords. Small jar file sizes and mobile compatible.
jxl is a pure java 5 super-project that includes Enclosure, Peermi, Enshell, and Xlp.
CGRU: Afanasy render farm manager and RULES project tracker.
CGRU is an open source CG tools pack, includes Afanasy render farm manager and RULES project tracker.
GridSim allows modeling and simulation of entities in parallel and distributed computing systems such as users, applications, resources, and resource brokers/schedulers for design and evaluation of scheduling algorithms. http://www.gridbus.org/gridsim
End-to-end big data in a massively scalable supercomputing platform.
HPCC Systems® (www.hpccsystems.com) from LexisNexis® Risk Solutions is a proven, open source solution for Big Data insights that can be implemented by businesses of all sizes. With HPCC Systems, developers can design applications with Big Data at their core, enabling businesses to better analyze and understand data at scale, improving business time to results and decisions. HPCC Systems offers a consistent data-centric programming language, two processing platforms and a single, complete end-to-end architecture for efficient processing. Read our blog (http://hpccsystems.com/blog ), or connect with us on Twitter (@hpccsystems), Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/hpccsystems ) and LinkedIn (http://www.linkedin.com/company/hpcc-systems) HPCC Systems is available on AWS & can be configured through the Instant Cloud Solution. The download here is a VM.
The open source grid computing solution
JPPF makes it easy to parallelize computationally intensive tasks and execute them on a Grid.
MX4J is an Open Source implementation of the Java Management Extensions technology, for both JSR 3 (JMX) and JSR 160 (JMX Remote API).
Framework for Systems Biology
The Systems Biology Workbench(SBW) is a framework for application intercommunications. It uses a broker-based, distributed, message-passing architecture, supports many languages including Java, C++, Perl & Python, and runs under Linux,OSX & Win32. It comes with a large number of modules, encompassing the whole modeling cycle: creating computational models, simulating and analyzing them, visualizing the information, in order to improve the models. All using community standards, such as SED-ML, SBML and MIRIAM.
Reliable group communication based on IP multicast and configurable protocol stack
A simple and easy to use render farm for Blender
Loki Render allows you to create your own render farm, serving Blender render jobs to a group of computers. Loki is easy to setup and runs on Linux, Windows or Mac, making it a quick and flexible distributed network rendering solution!
Moscrack is a perl application designed to facilitate cracking WPA keys on a cluster of computers. This is accomplished with any one of Mosix clustering software, ssh, rsh or Pyrit connectivity to nodes. Cluster nodes can run any Un*x variant (includ
Legacy Release only. Get latest Edition here: http://www.openqrm.com.
openQRM is a web-based open source datacenter management and hybrid cloud computing platform that integrates flexibly with existing components in enterprise data centers. Legacy Release available on Sourceforge. Please visit http://www.openqrm-enterprise.com/index-2.html for latest 5.3 free Community Release. Includes important security updates, bugfixes and enhancements especially for KVM and Cloud plugin. openQRM abstracts Virtualization and supports the following virtualization technologies: KVM, XEN, Citrix XenServer, VMWare ESX, LXC, OpenVZ. The Hybrid Cloud Connector in openQRM supports a range of private or public cloud providers to extend your infrastructure on demand via Amazon AWS, Eucalyptus or OpenStack. openQRM automates provisioning, virtualization, storage and configuration management, and it takes care of high-availability. A self-service cloud portal with integrated billing system enables end-users to request new servers and application stacks on-deman
Jadex is a Belief Desire Intention (BDI) reasoning engine that allows for programming intelligent software agents in XML and Java. The resoning engine is very flexible.
Fault tolerant, POSIX-compliant, network distributed filesystem
MooseFS (MFS) is a fault tolerant, highly performing, scaling-out, network distributed file system. It spreads data over several physical servers which are visible to the user as one resource. For standard file operations MooseFS mounted with FUSE acts as other Unix-alike file systems: * A hierarchical structure (directory tree) * Stores POSIX file attributes (permissions, last access and modification times) Supports special files (block and character devices, pipes and sockets) * Symbolic links (file names pointing to target files, not necessarily on MooseFS) and hard links (different names of files which refer to the same data on MooseFS) * Access to the file system can be limited based on IP address and/or password MooseFS on GitHub: https://github.com/moosefs/moosefs Source code, packages repo: https://moosefs.com/download.html Documentation: https://moosefs.com/documentation.html Recent changes: https://github.com/moosefs/moosefs/blob/master/NEWS
UI To the Hadoop HBase Project
Talend Spatial Module (aka Spatial Data Integrator or SDI) is an ETL tool for geospatial. Based on Talend Open Studio, input, output and transform geocomponents are available. IO components read/write GIS formats(eg.PostGIS, GeoRSS). Transformers all
WS-Addressing implementation for Axis 1.4. Starting from Apache Addressing, abbandoned in 2005, this project wants to provide a common implementation for any open source project that rely on non-interoperable modifications of the original source code.