Pioneering Private and Public Cloud Management since 2008
The UnifiedSessionsManager supports the integrated management of user sessions within Private-Clouds, comprising heterogeneous IT landscapes of various physical and virtual machines, hypervisor management, and virtual user sessions with remote desktops. Extracted documents see https://sourceforge.net/projects/ctys-doc.
An OpenSource (C# .NET) TeamPlay Environment.
An Open Source (C# .NET) TeamPlay Environment. - Permits the easy downloading of games that may not be available via Steam, and their Source Port derivatives. - Preconfigured for easy play. - Enables the easier download of enhanced user made content for such titles. - Enables easier Multi-Player. - May incorporate a chat client in later versions. - Encryption: May incorporate up to 9.99% U.S.-origin parts or components. Officially Supported Operating Systems: - Windows 7 Ultimate x86, N, x64 - Windows 7 Enterprise x86, N, x64 - Windows 7 Professional x86, N, x64 - Windows 7 Home Premium x86, N, x64 - Windows7 Home Basic x86, N, x64 - Windows 7 Starter N - Windows Vista Ultimate x86, x64 Ed. + More...
The UnifiedSessionsManager recoded based on Python
Unified Test and Logging layer for multiple programming languages
Modern software systems and application are commonly written in multiple languages, include scripting engines, and are frequently build on multiple specialized frameworks and middleware for a considerable diversity of runtime environments. The latest influencing update in development paradigm is the application of multicore processors. This projects is aimed to unify the required trace and logging output and integrate into debugging environments. The target is to provide general development, test, and production support of software environments based on multiple programming languages for distributed multicore environments.
compute binomial distribution easily
Windows application for computation of binomial distribution. In contrast to a book probabilities aren't limited to a few popular ones. A table provides quick access to (cumulative) probability distribution. Additionally factorials up to a basis of 170 can be calculated. The language is German!