The book shows you how architecting a modern security visibility infrastructure can help your business adapt to new threats, lengthen the usefulness of your current security investments, and optimize uptime and availability. See the entire threat landscape, understand security visibility basics, support both inline and out-of-band security systems, explore security visibility use cases and ask the right questions about visibility.Sponsored Listing
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X11::GUITest, is a Perl package, used for controlling applications by means of user emulation. This can be used to interact (SendKeys, ClickMouseButton, FindWindowLike, etc.) with applications running under an X Windows environment. Including applications built (GTK+, Qt, Motif, etc.) upon X11 / Xlib. You may find that this mechanism is easier to use then that provided by xautomation or xdotool.7 weekly downloads
CouchUnit is a Java Testing Framework, similar to DBUnit, that eases the construction and execution of Integration Tests against CouchDB Datasources.2 weekly downloads
Doceval is a software that allows to discover the documentation included in a tarball. Basically it serves to identify if a given software project has doc at all and helps with a report to evaluate how much documentation it has and how good it is.1 weekly downloads
Find bottlenecks fast with line-level timings for all your .NET code – C#, VB.NET, any .NET language. Plus, check database query performance to see if the bottleneck is there. Now includes SQL Server execution plan profiling. Try ANTS Performance Profiler on your application now.Sponsored Listing
Open Source Application Server Appliance based on Open Source GlassFish1 weekly downloads
This package will allow people to check, change, update the license of their projects. It will conform to all new licenses available.
Deviki is an project management enrioment based on media wiki. It works for an medium software development team. Currently it is implemented as an mediawiki extension.