Redhat Linux OVM System Performance Monitoring
It's a very light Redhat Linux and Oracle OVM System Performance Monitoring tool written in Perl using rrdtool for Database and Graphing. Allows you to query the RRD database given a set of dates and generates a web based graphs. Easy to install. Uses less disk space than most performance monitoring tool. Data of each host monitored is kept for 2 years and occupy less that 25 MB of disk space.
BEnchMarks for Automatic Parallelizer
BEMAP (BEnchMarks for Automatic Parallelizer) is a benchmark used to measure performance for an automatic parallelizer. All OpenCL code benchmarks covered in this project are done step-by-step along with hand-tunning. Each tuning step executional time are measured in details with a comprehensive user interface and help option. The exact implementation in native code (C++) is also provided in each project folder for reference. By using these benchmarks, one may analyze: 1. How to tune/optimize the auto-parallelizer's compiler 2. Whether the appropriate optimization procedure is provided within the compiler This project is partially funded by the Department of the New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO).
Small UnitTest system for testing software in C + +
BP-Sim allows users to perform an extensive range of tests across the chain of payment services and thus identify potential causes of failures before launching payment systems into production. BP-Sim consists of following modules: BP-Source, BP-Host, BP-HSM and BP-SeeEMV. BP-Source and BP-Host are payment transaction simulators supporting formats as: APACS30, AS2805, many ISO8583 dialects, IFSF, SPDH, TCMP. Together with industry-standard cryptography, multi-platform support, configurable transaction load up to 2000 TPS. BP-Sim HSM module provides an adequate TCP/IP simulation of the Thales Hardware Security Mod. BP-SeeEMV simulates the steps involved in an EMV transaction that take place in the EMV terminal and the Issuer Server (when conducted online). Module can process a transaction one step at a time in step-by-step mode or to certain break-point.