ThousandEyes extends visibility across corporate networks as well as the public Internet, helping to solve issues from the branch through MPLS links and SIP trunks to service provider networks. Simulate pre-deployment capacity, monitor detailed performance metrics and see how QoS settings impact call quality.Advertisement
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nrpe_vms is an OpenVMS version of the nrpe (Nagios Remote Plugin Executor) daemon for unix-like operation systems. It provides methods to execute Nagios service checks on an OpenVMS system and report the results back to your Nagios host1 weekly downloads
ProcessViewBrowser & ProcessViewServer represent an OpenSource attempt to industrial process visualization. It is based on Qt and is very portable. (Now also available as commercial software)1 weekly downloads
XUProxy is an extensible multi-protocol proxy based on the Twisted framework. It supports multiple protocol plugins (currently only HTTP), and multiple "filter" plugins for things like logging, caching, and Proxomitron-compatible ad filtering.
Object storage is clearly the simplest, most flexible, and most scalable way to store tons of unstructured content. The Scality S3 Server enables developers and businesses to take advantage of this simplicity, for free. Whether you’re programming in Go or Java, or whether you’re using existing applications for personal or shared data management, the Scality S3 Server is a great starting point.Advertisement
multiplayer stockmarket game for OpenVMS
A command line tool to link shareable image libraries on OpenVMS, automating as much as possible, without restricting a user. Linking a shareable library should be a one line statement . The tool is particularly useful for libraries written in C.
Trek7 the original multiplayer network star trek game from the early-mid 70s. We are hoping to revive this classic (no, its not netrek/mtrek, not even close). hopefully the SF community can help port this to modern day networks.