Command Script 4 (CSC4) is an "application control" or application extension scripting language / virtual machine / compiler environment. CSC4 supports object member access, object creation and static calls to the underlying .NET Framework 2.0.
i/o performance benchmark and analysis tool
Quickly performe i/o benchmarks against your servers, and VM's to quickly diagnose suspect storage (SAN, NAS) and other performance related issues across your WAN\LAN with one simple to use application.
VMWare-based firewall for Windows
Redirects incoming commands from COM1 to the command prompt and returns results from command prompt back out COM1. This is primarily useful for automation of Windows servers via console in Linux virtualization environments(ex: KVM, XEN, etc.)
CLAM (Common Language Automation Machine) attempts to eliminate the rote mapping of data to objects that is prevalent in most modern development languages by breaking the bonds of relational data and providing a generic mechanism for retrieving data.
A dynamic interpreted language for scripting,games,apps,etc in under 500 lines of VB.NET code(using sharpdevelop,not vb). the current version makes it easy to create point and click style games. perfect for interactive business card cds and kiosks!
Automation tools for MS IPAM/AD/DNS
This is a series of automation Tools to make the most of MS IPAM and DNS
Pools of Virtual Boxes (POVB) aims to make it easy to deploy Linux Condor pools on Windows based machines using Virtual Box virtual machines.
VMX Buddy is a Visual Basic.NET application for creating VMware configuration (.vmx) files. The current version has options for Disks, Network, USB, Sound, Accelerated 3D graphics and VNC.
A Windows Xen GUI designed to take advantage of the Xen API. Manage Domu's, gather statistics, perform Live Migrations and more!
Simply program converts a standard zip file to an ISO file. Either Drag and Drop into the simply interface or open the more advanced interface. External code is the use of Microsoft's CDImage and DotNetZip (Documentation included)