IBM WebSphere Homepage Builder is a WYSIWYG HTML editor which allows you to create Web pages without any HTML knowledge or programming skills. It is suitable for beginners and experts. It includes all the tools necessary to create Web pages, including graphic tools which lets you create logos, buttons, and animation GIF files with just a few simple steps. The program includes up-to-date technology -- such as Cascading Style Sheets, Java applets and Dynamic HTML.
Cluster Starter Kit for Linux uses Cluster System Management (CSM) software from IBM. With the Cluster Starter Kit for Linux's GUI, portions of CSM can be easily manipulated. Also provided is an easy way to view the status, change the status, or manipulate the conditions of nodes in a cluster.
The TSpaces Services Suite provides help with the development of service-based applications and is based in standards for discovery (UDDI), description ( WSDL), and invocation (SOAP) of Web services. It provides a set of tools and a services description framework that assists the creation of Service-Oriented Architecture. Specifically, it provides a lightweight UDDI broker, which can be easily installed and does not require the configuration of database systems, tools for creation of SOAP services, tools for documenting services in WSDL, and an asynchronous architecture for the integration/composition of services.
Robocode is a fun programming game that teaches Java by letting you create Java Robots, real Java objects that battle it out onscreen against other robots. Robocode is similar to a combination of Logo and CoreWars. While playing Robocode, you will learn how to write Java code, how to handle events, how to create inner classes, and more.
A Bit Cypher (ABC) for Linux is a bit cypher. It builds up a cypher (which is a mapping of the bits to a new sequence) and then it reorders the bit sequence of the data. The bit resequencing is done in 1024 byte chunks (1 KB). The number of bit combinations in 1 KB is two to the power of 8,192. This represents every 1024 characters of text ever written, together with all conceivable mistakes in punctuation and spelling, all variations in synonyms, opposites, and nonsense, plus a lot of meaningless data. There are (2 ** 8192) factorial possible ways to reorder the bits of 1 KB; ABC uses 10,000,000,000 of these possibilities. Each of the possible 10,000,000,000 sequences generates a unique mapping. The strength of the cypher comes from the number of keys, 10,000,000,000, and the processing required to determine the mapping for each key, assuming the algorithm is at hand for deciphering.
Enhanced Cluster Tools (ECT) for Linux is a set of additional tools for the enhancement of Cluster Systems Management (CSM), which assists an administrator in managing a whole set of Linux machines. ECT for Linux includes features such as parallel install, hardware control, configuration file management, event monitoring, and more that help make it easier for an administrator to set up and maintain machines.
Web Services Gateway is a middleware component that provides an intermediary framework between Internet and intranet enironments during Web service invocations. It includes a model for the management of services (deployment, undeployment, etc.) and "interceptors" (those pieces of code that act on requests/responses that flow through the gateway). It handles only incoming SOAP/HTTP requests (using either the Apache SOAP or Apache Axis engines), and requests passing through the gateway may be sent to a Java class, an EJB, or a SOAP server (including another gateway.)
WebSphere SDK allows developers to easily create Java-based applications for Web service providers and consumers. It contains everything developers need in a single convenient package, including an IBM SDK for Java technology, a runtime environment, a private UDDI registry, tools, samples, and documentation. It's based on open specifications for Web services such as SOAP, WSDL, and UDDI, and runs on both Linux and Windows.
Web Services Outsourcing Manager (WSOM) is a framework that enables dynamic composition of Web service flow based on customer requirements. The customer requirements are analyzed and optimized to generate an annotation document for business process outsourcing. This service-oriented architecture allows effective searching for appropriate Web services and integration of them into one composite Web service for performing a specific task. Meanwhile, it provides a seamless, integrated framework for composition of template- based business processes and event-driven business processes.
The UDDI Registry Extensions are designed to enhance IBM's WebSphere UDDI product with advanced search capabilities. It allows complex queries to be formed, which can comprise of search criteria from two standard UDDI "find" APIs, find_business, and find_service, all in one query. It can be used to find businesses with services of specific names, or in a specific category, and vice versa. With other UDDI search systems, these types of searches cannot be made without much effort.
IP Security Validator enables independent evaluation of VPN configurations and quick/autonomous reaction to problems. An offline mode even allows the offline evaluation of traffic that was captured into a file with other tools such as tcpdump or pcapture. This way, traffic collected from non-Linux network nodes can be evaluated on a Linux machine.
The IBM Grid Toolbox is a set of installable packages that includes the Globus Toolkit 2.2 with additional documentation and custom installation scripts written for IBM eServer hardware running AIX and Linux. IBM LoadLeveler (AIX 5.1) enablement as an alternative job manager is provided. The IBM Grid Toolbox is an integrated set of tools and software that facilitate the creation of grids and applications that can exploit the advanced capabilities of the grid using a combination of this toolbox and other technologies.
Grid Application Framework for Java (GAF4J) is a lightweight framework that abstracts all grid semantics from the application logic and provides a simpler programming model that lines up smoothly with common Java programming models. It abstracts the details of interfacing with a grid middleware, which is assumed to be the Globus Toolkit, for transferring files to remote nodes, starting remote jobs, and monitoring their execution status. It provides a simpler programming model that enables the development of maintainable Java applications uncluttered with calls to grid services.
IBM Semantics Toolkit is designed for storage, manipulation, query, and inference of ontologies and corresponding instances. A major purpose is to establish an end-to-end ontology engineering environment tightly integrated with dominant Meta- Object Facility (MOF)-based modeling and application development tools. The semantics toolkit contains three main components (Orient, EODM, and RStar), which are designed for users of different levels.
The IBM Reflexive User Interface Builder (RIB) is an application that constructs and renders graphical user interfaces (GUIs) for Java Swing and Eclipse Standard Widget Toolkit (SWT) based upon a descriptive XML document. Arranged in this way, RIB can create and render GUIs based solely upon the information in an XML document. It can be used to build Java GUIs simply and quickly.
ZetaGrid is a grid-computing platform for solving large, computing-intensive problems. The interactions, performance, availability, and scalability of this technology are proven in multiple administrative domains involving more than 10,000 computers in a heterogeneous, dynamic environment. ZetaGrid is also the first ever specification of simple J2EE interfaces to distribute applications securely and reliably in a cross-platform grid infrastructure.
IBM's Trace Analyzer for WebSphere Application Server is a graphical environment that provides the ability to examine and analyze WebSphere trace files in great detail, using filters and searches to home in on problem spots. It also facilitates the diagnosis and analysis of problems in complex WebSphere deployments.
The Abstract User Interface Markup Language Toolkit is a rapid-development tool that assists developers in writing GUIs to run as either Swing applications or on the Web without any changes. It provides rapid prototyping with an Eclipse-based Visual Builder, a DataBean implementation, built-in data validation, built-in internationalization, and more.
Emfatic Language for Eclipse provides support for using the Emfatic programming language in Eclipse. It is comprised of several Eclipse plug-ins, including an editor and a parser for the language. The Eclipse plug-ins add actions that allow Emfatic source code to be compiled into an Ecore model and also allow Ecore models to be decompiled into Emfatic source code.
Network and Identity Configurator is a tool that enables easy changing of the system name and network address of Linux systems. Using the NICL script allows a system administrator to activate a new system in under 30 minutes. Without it, one could easily take several days (or weeks).
FairUCE is a spam filter that prevents spam from reaching the recipient's inbox by verifying the identity of the sender. It will stop the vast majority of spam without the use of a content filter, and without requiring a probable spam or bulk folder that needs to be checked periodically.
The FoCs (short for Formal CheckerS, pronounced "fox") property checkers generator is a productivity tool for automatic generation of simulation monitors from formal specifications. It aids chip designers and verification engineers in the complex, costly task of verifying chip designs before submitting them to manufacturing.
Web Services Intrusion Defense is an Eclipse plugin that validates the Web Service Description Language (WSDL) interface specification of a Web service, flagging any interface feature that could open a door to hacker attacks against that service. The project is designed as an extension to the WSDL validation plug-in, which is provided as part of Web Services Validation Tools (WSVT).
Rational Application Developer enables developers with diverse technical backgrounds, and even those unfamiliar with Java, to quickly build rich, data-driven applications. It features Eclipse integration, a UML visual editor, Tomcat Jakarta, Ant scripting, an EJB universal test client, integration with Rational ClearCase, Struts support, JSP and servlet wizards, JSF component layout, Swing GUI construction kit, SWT GUI construction kit, visual portlet development tools, portlet templates, SQLJ support, an SQL query builder, support for DB2, Informix, IBM Cloudscape, Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle9i, and Sybase, and Web services and SOA development tools.
Agent Building and Learning Enviroment (ABLE) is a Java framework, component library, and productivity tool kit for building intelligent agents using machine learning and reasoning. With this tool, developers can implement their own AbleBeans and AbleAgents and plug them into ABLE's Agent Editor.
JUnitX is a is a set of assertion extensions for JUnit that attempts to cover the most common test scenarios in Java development. This includes method contracts up to and including J2SE 1.5.0 and various other common features. This tool enables the tester to be confident that all the technical aspects of writing common test code have been completed and tested thoroughly.
Policy Management for Autonomic Computing (PMAC) is an infrastructure that uses policy-based management to simplify the management and automation of products and complex systems. This infrastructure, which application deployers can embed within their software applications, includes an autonomic manager, a component for policy storage, user libraries, and application programming interfaces (APIs).
Flexible Internet Evaluation Report Architecture (FIERA) is a highly flexible architecture for the design, display, and reporting of Internet surveys. It supports a mechanism for brand level association through a J2EE application (under WebSphere or Tomcat), which makes use of a relational database back-end (DB2 or MySQL).
XML Enhancements of Java (XJ) is a set of language extensions to Java that makes writing programs using XML, XML Schema, and XPath easier to write and maintain. It allows programmers to import XML schema element declarations as one would Java classes, and write XPath expressions and construct XML data by writing XML inline. The compiler ensures that programs are correct with respect to XML schemas. As a result, programmers can easily (and more concisely) write XML processing applications.
The Framework for Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) was implemented to demonstrate the ease with which a Java application may be designed to access a source code repository using a relational query language, such as SQL. The design was made general enough to accommodate easy access to virtually any data source. The framework supports parsing of the SQL query along with calculations supported within the SQL 92 standard specifications. Access to the data source is performed through the creation of a specific plug-in.
Structural Analysis for Java is a set of tools to automatically detect and pinpoint architectural weaknesses. It is a collaboration between the expertise of Rational with IBM's testing and analysis know-how, using algorithms to hunt out antipatterns. SA4J provides mathematically proven ways of determining the quality of the architecture, and this assessment can be used as a basis for deciding whether to reuse or modify existing Java code. If code is marked as unstable, even the smallest change in the architecture can result in unexpected delays in development as well as potentially more defects.
The Compound XML Document Editor, an Eclipse plug-in, provides for the creation, directed editing, and serialization of documents such as XHTML, XForms, XML Events, Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG), VoiceXML, and MathML. It uses Eclipse Modeling Framework (EMF) models to define the semantics of constructing documents spanning one or more namespace. Those semantics include the order and placement of elements, the allowable child elements, and available attributes for each element.
The XML Forms Generator Eclipse plug-in takes a model-driven approach to forms generation, using as a starting point either Web Service Description Language (WSDL) documents or XML instance documents having Eclipse Modeling Description (EMF) backing models. The generated forms adhere to the XHTML and XForms 1.0 standards, and can be viewed in popular XHTML/XForms renderers.
IBM Pattern Modeling and Analysis Tool for Java Garbage Collector (PMAT) parses IBM verbose GC traces, analyzes Java heap usage, and recommends key configurations based on pattern modeling of Java heap usage. If there are any errors related to Java heap exhaustion or fragmentation in the verbose GC trace, it can diagnose the root cause of failures. It provides rich chart features that graphically display Java heap usage.
The Spatiotemporal Epidemiological Modeler (STEM) tool is designed to help scientists and public health officials create and use spatial and temporal models of emerging infectious diseases. These models could aid in understanding, and potentially preventing, the spread such diseases. The STEM application has built-in GIS data for every county in the United States and includes data about county borders, populations, shared borders (neighbors), interstate highways, state highways, and airports. It was designed to make it easy for developers and researchers to plug in their own models.
ConTest is a tool that can be used to expose and eliminate concurrency-related bugs in parallel and distributed Java programs. It systematically and transparently schedules the execution of program threads such that program scenarios that are likely to contain race conditions, deadlocks, and other intermittent bugs (collectively called synchronization problems) are forced to appear with high frequency. Because bugs are found earlier in the testing process, the project dramatically improves the quality of testing and reduces development expense.
VitalFile for Real-Time Workstation Protection provides transparent real-time file-level protection. Whenever a "user-created" file is changed, up to three copies are made. One is stored elsewhere on the system, allowing for many versions to be retained. Another can be queued and sent to a file server (when online), and another can be sent into a Tivoli Storage Manager (TSM) back-up server.
The IBM Availability Monitoring Toolkit helps developers determine, in an ad hoc manner, the status of various services. Enterprise applications interact with several services such as authentication, persistency, and asynchronous operations. This includes database servers, naming and directory servers, application servers, and message-oriented middleware. These systems can exist in multiple environments such as development, testing, and staging. During development, absence of one or more of these services will affect the application's behavior. This project monitors service availability for development.
databinding4swt is analogous to the Swing Data Binding shipped in Rational Application Developer (RAD), Version 6. It has been extended to include data bindings for Standard Widget Toolkit (SWT) components so users can effortlessly access data from various data sources (enterprise Java beans (EJB), Web services, Java beans, or JDBC SDO).
Security Lifecycle Management Tools exploits the plug-in interfaces in the Eclipse framework to provide integration with Tivoli Access Manager functionality such as API documentation, code snippets, and substantial examples. Additional documents that capture the best practices and procedures for common tasks in the security lifecycle are included.
IBM Intelligent Test Case Handler is an Eclipse plug-in for the generation and manipulation of testing input data or configurations. It enables developers to generate small test suites with strong coverage properties, choose regression suites, and perform other useful operations for the creation of systematic software test plans. It is a combination of technologies with an extensible interface enabling other algorithms to be plugged in by sophisticated users.
Semantic Tools for Web Services is a set of Eclipse plug-ins that allow developers to insert semantic annotations into a WSDL document to describe the semantics of the input, output, preconditions, and effects of service operations. A second plug-in matches the description of the service or composition of services to that for which a developer is searching. This technology is part of the Emerging Technologies Toolkit (ETTK).
The Emerging Technologies Explorer provides a user interface for consolidating ETTK (Emerging Technologies Toolkit) packages within the Eclipse IDE. It provides easy navigation to tools, documentation, demos, and communities for the various ETTK technologies, and facilitates easy installation for integrated Eclipse-based ETTK technologies.
Telecom Web Services Toolkit Preview is an integrated development environment for creating telecom-enabled applications through Web Services for WSAD. This enables any ISV or Web developer without specialized telecom knowledge to easily build telecom-enabled applications. It includes an integrated simulator that provides an end-to-end solution for developing and testing telecom applications that use Parlay X APIs. Parlay X Standards are a set of simplified telecom APIs based on Web services published by the Parlay Group and the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI).
wcswizard is a plug-in for IBM Rational Application Developer which contains a wizard that creates the skeleton projects that make up a server-side collaborative component for IBM Workplace Collaboration Services. The wizard provides developers with a skeleton Workplace component which can be immediately deployed to a server.
Remote System Management Tool is an Eclipse plug-in that provides an integrated GUI environment and enables testers to manage multiple remote servers simultaneously. The tool is designed as a management tool for those who would otherwise telnet to more than one server to manage the servers and who must look at different documents and man pages to find commands for different platforms in order to create or manage users and groups and to initiate and monitor processes. This tool handles these operations on remote servers by using a user-friendly GUI.
The IBM Workplace Managed Client Developer Toolkit consists of a set of plug-ins for Eclipse 3.0.1 or above that provide wizards, navigators, builders, and other tools for developers who wish to develop, test, and deploy applications. The toolkit reduces the manual complexity of creating and deploying applications by enabling developers to build a basic application without having to write a single line of Java code. By simply running toolkit wizards and accepting defaults along the way, you can have a "HelloWorld" application running on the client in a matter of minutes.
The Web Data Access Developer provides a single package based on the Eclipse framework that bundles both a development environment and a run-time environment for generating Web-based data access clients without writing a single line of code. It features a simple point-and-click interface and can be connected to any of several user interface development tools in order to target different developer skills. It is an end-to-end solution that results in a simpler and less expensive development and deployment tool for form-based data access clients.
Faces for Laszlo makes use of multiple emerging technologies for rich Internet applications, resulting in a rich user experience on the browser. It combines the rich controls of OpenLaszlo with the client-side "model-view- controller" architecture of FacesClient components by enabling OpenLaszlo applications to participate in client-side data sharing. It features a JSF/JSP (JavaTM Server Faces/Java Server Pages) custom tag library and gives a rich user experience on the browser that looks and feels like a native application.
Weblog Preview is a preview of a weblog component for Workplace. It enables self-service blog creation, archiving, perma-links, comments, blogrolls, searching, and syndication. Weblog Preview provides the basic functionality usually expected of personal weblogs. For instance, Weblog Preview supports the posting of content in a journal format, emphasizing a personal point of view. The weblogs are public by default; that is, any authenticated Workplace user can read the blog.
Grid Wrapper for WebSphere Information Integrator allows applications that currently access DB2 (or any other RDBMS) to transparently access a fully distributed database over a grid with a minimum of changes. This is most useful when it is difficult to modify an application so that it natively uses a grid-enabled API.
The IBM Full-System Simulator has been developed and refined in conjunction with several large-system design projects built upon the IBM Power Architecture. As an execution-driven, full-system simulator, the IBM Full-System Simulator facilitates the experimentation and evaluation of a wide variety of system components for core IBM initiatives, such as the STI Cell and the IBM PERCS projects. The IBM Full-System Simulator for PowerPC 970 enables development teams both within and outside IBM to simulate a PowerPC 970 system in order to develop and enhance application support for this platform.
The Head-Tracking Pointer provides an inexpensive and easily-used mouse replacement for those unable to use traditional pointing devices. Using only software and any Web-cam, this application allows users to point and click with character-level accuracy by simply aiming their face. Unlike other head-tracking solutions, the Head-Tracking Pointer does not require special-purpose hardware, head gear, or tracking aids such as retro-reflective dots.
Easy Website Builder is an Eclipse-based tool that enables non-technical users to start with J2EE and be able to independently create dynamic Web sites using a set of wizards, a visual editor, and various drag and drop components. This intelligent tool releases IT staff members from content creation, allowing them to invest their time in programming and infrastructure tasks.
Powerscale4ppc (Power and Frequency Scaling for the IBM PowerPC 970) demonstrates a power management implementation for the PPC970FX and CPC925 bridge chips on the Maple-D PPC970FX evaluation platform running on Linux. This technology demonstrates how to dynamically scale the systemís operating frequency from F to F/2 in order to create a cooler, more power-efficient system.
Fluid Sync is a focused, small component ETTK technology that facilitates the development of collaborative, mitigation, and multi-device applications. It allows applications to become 'fluid' in the sense that a running application can be spread to a new device in real-time. This Java framework introduces a new approach to data replication and synchronization.
IBM Single System View Monitor for DB2 is a system for quickly and efficiently monitoring a complex DB2 Distributed Partitioning Feature (DPF) environment. It provides a unified 'single system view' of a multi-partition DB2 database that can be used to quickly identify either partition-specific or global problems in the system.
The IBM Servlet-Based Content Creation Framework is a compact, easy-to-use, and easily understood content creation framework. It utilizes components called hamlets, which are servlet extensions that read XHTML and use the simple API for XML. Hamlets can be used to separate Java and HTML in the same source file.
Task Layout Optimizer for Blue Gene is a high-performance computing (HPC) Linux service tool for efficient mapping of Message Passing Interface (MPI) tasks to the IBM Blue Gene/L Supercomputer. The algorithms used for mapping are based on the paper Optimizing Task Layout on the Blue Gene/L supercomputer. This paper talks about the extensive amount of data transmitted between processors for producing maps, and the challenge of minimizing the communication time.
RAMP (Reliable Asynchronous Message Profile) is a multi-platform asynchronous messaging toolkit that supports the emerging industry standards and provides a run time environment, configuration tools, and demonstrations that allow users to run their business-to-business scenarios using Web service technology that is both reliable and secure.
RFID Device Development kit is a set of tools and techniques for interfacing RFID (radio frequency identification) readers and other related hardware into an RFID middleware solution. The APIs and protocol specifications are mapped into XML, which is used to generate and develop a Java interface to the device. The highest level provides a generic Java model of the device, such as an RFID reader. The toolkit also guides the user through the process of taking the new Java representation of this device to build new agent classes.
Real Interfaces Visualizer (river) is an easy-to-use GUI (graphical user interface) multi-platform system for Java programmers to assemble and manage complex, interaction-enabled, three-dimensional user interfaces. The core of River is built upon Java3D, which is a Java API specification for 3D scene-based graphics programming.
Object Storage Device Simulator is Linux object-based storage device compliant with the T10-OSD standard specification. OSD technology addresses security and scalability problems that arise in distributed storage systems (e.g. a SAN-based file-system). To ease the technology deployment, the OSD simulator can be used for exploring it and testing its applicability, and as a future building block for storage systems.
The IBM CBE Software Sample and Library Source Code package, together with the accompanying system simulator, kernel, and development tool chains, gives serious developers first-hand programming experience on the CBE architecture. The package provides a rich set of optimized standard Synergistic Processor Element (SPE) C library routines that greatly reduce the development cost and enhance the performance of SPU programs.
IBM Full-System Simulator for Cell BE processor is a full-system simulation infrastructure and tools for the Cell Broadband Engine (CBE) processor. A significant part of the Full-System Simulator's simulation capability is directly attributed to its simulation multitasking framework component. Developed as a robust, high-performance alternative to conventional process and thread programming, the multitasking framework is a lightweight scheduling framework that provides a complete set of facilities for creating and scheduling threads, manipulating time delays, and applying a variety of interthread communication policies and mechanisms to simulation events.
XL C Alpha Edition for Cell BE Processor is a high-performance C compiler for the IBM Cell Broadband Engine (CBE) Processor. It provides two invocation commands: ppuxlc and spuxlc. The ppuxlc command is used to generate code for the PPE, and spuxlc is used to generate code for the SPE.
LPAR (graphical logical partition) is a Java based GUI monitor for the system p5 server that allows the status of CPU and memory resources used by one or more LPARs to be monitored side by side. The user can monitor these various OS LPARs side by side to watch for problems or trends in CPU and memory utilization.
WSRF Plug-ins for OSGi is a light-weight implementation of the Web Services Resource Framework (WSRF) and associated specifications as OSGi plug-ins for resource-constrained environments. The robust IBM On- Demand Infrastructure (ODI) draws heavily from the Services-Oriented Architecture (SOA) in order to build homogeneous interfaces for accessing, managing, and integrating heterogeneous IT resources. It is imperative that such an abstraction layer on top of the resources should not hamper the resources' performance.
IBM Autonomic IDE is a technology for creating Web Services Distributed Management (WSDM)-compliant interfaces for managed resources. This Eclipse-based tool will easily connect the WSDM standard format with the unique capabilities of the resources to be managed. The Manageability Endpoint Builder then creates the XML definitions, which the endpoint runtime can operate in a way that is WSDM compatible.
The Magnification Composite Manager (MCM) is a screen magnifier that enlarges all or a portion of the screen for visually-impaired users of the Gnome desktop. The magnifier manages off-screen copies of all the windows on the desktop; it zooms them and places them back on top of the desktop screen. It is a composite manager because it uses the new Composite extension of the X Window System display.
The Centralized User Management Virtualization Engine provides on-demand systems management via a single, consolidated interface using IBM's Virtualization Engine. The user interface, delivered as part of the Virtualization Engine console, allows administrators to manage distributed users in a consistent manner.
BIPTK (Bytecode Instrumentation Profiling Toolkit for Java) is an Eclipse based toolkit running on Linux that helps developers and performance specialists exploit bytecode instrumentation for the purpose of profiling Java applications. BIPTK includes a library for generating profiling traces, an Eclipse plug-in GUI for visualizing the traces, and some working examples of instrumenting code with Eclipse TPTP Probekit.
The Linux Screen Reader is a screen reader application. The core of the system is the AccessEngine, a message pump that receives events via the Assistive Technology Service Provider Interface (AT-SPI) on the GNOME desktop. The commands available for controlling the screen reader are determined by cascading scripts that completely define the user experience.
Visual XForms Designer is a set of graphical tools and interfaces for expediting the creation and editing of documents with XForms-based content. This standards-based, easy-to-use Eclipse plug-in makes the process of creating documents with XForms content easier, faster, and simpler.
Service Integration Bus Explorer is a stand-alone GUI tool that allows exploration and management of the messaging resources in a Service Integration Bus. The tool is written in 100% Java and talks directly to an application server (or a deployment manager) through the administration client and MBean interfaces that are already included in WebSphere Application Server.
IBM Web Ontology Manager (WOM) is a lightweight, J2EE Web-based system for managing Web Ontology Language (OWL) ontologies. It enables developers to browse or search the ontologies registered with the system by class or property names. In addition, they can submit a new ontology file.
IBM Generic Web Services Client is a lightweight multi-platform tool designed for testing existing Web services from an environment consisting of Apache, MySQL, PHP, and either Linux or Windows. The tool provides both direct and indirect (low-level) calls, using either the PHP5 SOAP extension or the NuSOAP package.