The JumpBox for Ruby on Rails is a self-contained Ubuntu Linux environment that, upon startup, immediately hosts fully functioning Apache, Ruby, MySQL, and Ruby On Rails environments. With only a minimal amount of preparation, you can use your favorite deployment method to install and host your Rails application on the JumpBox.
goMyPlace is a reverse proxy software and a daemon that runs on the client side. The system features elements of a remote access system. The proxy runs smart data hash based caching, so a daemon running on the client uploads a file only once. All URL links are static and friendly to search engines. An open reverse proxy hides the IP address of the HTTP servers and can protect sensitive content. An HTTP server hides behind the reverse proxy, never accepts incoming connections, and can be kept behind a NAT and firewall.
RACE (Remote Administration in distributed Computing Environments) is a library framework (and will be a set of applications) to aid the system administrator in deploying software and configuration updates to a large number of client computers. The administrator can easily treat intercommunities and respect differences between the individual computers. RACE uses RPM for package management, but it is designed to be easily extended for other package managers.
cerbeRun is a software runner. The applications are stored inside a .tar (version 0.3 will use the ISO9660 format) file renamed with the extension .run. cerbeRun's format allows you to switch between different architectures using an .xml file, in which are specified different rules for different archictures. This is all done in user space without root access.