Performance Co-Pilot (PCP) provides a framework and services to support system-level performance monitoring and performance management.
The services offered by PCP are especially attractive for those tackling harder system-level performance problems. For example this may involve a transient
... [More] performance degradation, or correlating end-user quality of service with platform activity, or diagnosing some complex interaction between resource demands on a single system, or management of performance on large systems with lots of "moving parts".
The distributed PCP architecture makes it especially useful for those seeking centralized monitoring of distributed processing (e.g. in a cluster or webserver farm environment), especially where a large number of hosts are involved. [Less]
Scales is an experiment in both DSL design and a component based web design.
Its specific aims are to provide a DSL to create web pages and a minimal dependency injection framework to manage beans.
Basically I like JSF, but hate the xml. Scales is meant to be as easy to prototype in JSF without
... [More] the pain of JSTL EL, and replacing string evaluation with normal typed functions.
The name is not meant to infer scalability, but the scales on a fish for the nesting of components. [Less]
This plugin allows existing GitHub repositories to be integrated
as Gerrit projects.
Users can login to Gerrit using the same username and credentials in GitHub. Gerrit login points to GitHub for generating the OAuth token to be used for the code-review authenticated session.
... [More] repositories are automatically replicated to Gerrit for the purpose of performing code-review and pushing back changes once approved. Additionally to the standard Gerrit push replication, supports as well the ability to pull branches from remote GitHub repositories.
Hooks into the GitHub pull-request mechanism to automatically create a Change in Gerrit submitted for review. [Less]