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  1. Source Code Diver is a toolbox which provides Shell and Ruby scripts to make investigations in source code. Thanks to it, open source referents, developers, leads or managers may make sure that some valuable data are not present in the source code. This bunch of scripts allow to work on files and Git logs to look for […]

  2. Orange presents WebShare – a Firefox add-on. With this plugin you could easily define communities, share web pages with them, or everybody, or just bookmark pages for yourself. You’ll be provided with a search engine to retrieve stored pages, and multiple filters to refine searches. At this point, the plugin is not yet pushed but […]

  3. NiFiKop logo NiFiKop – the Orange NiFi operator is a Kubernetes operator to automate provisioning, management, auto-scaling and operations of Apache NiFi clusters deployed to Kubernetes. Apache NiFi, on the other hand, is an open-source solution that supports powerful and scalable directed graphs of data routing, transformation, and system mediation logic. NiFiKop is a Kubernetes […]

  4. Galera Operator makes it easy to manage highly-available Galera clusters deployed to Kubernetes and automates tasks related to operating a Galera cluster. Galera is a popular, free, open-source, multi-master system for mySQL, MariaDB and Percona XtraDB databases. Galera Operator is tested and built for MariaDB. Today, Galera Operator can: Create and Destroy Galera clusters from […]

  5. The NMaaS (Network Monitoring as a Service) is an open source platform which enables to deploy and manage containerized applications on a pool of servers. This environment is oriented towards the management of network tests, of which it will graphically report the metrics collected in real time. It is more precisely a collection of open […]

  6. OpTISAM is a tool for real-time and dynamic usage measurement and compliance verification, from classical architectures (standalone servers, laptops) to cloud/IoT environments. It optimizes the deployment of proprietary software (under its own license), based on predefined and adjustable scenarios. Visit OpTIMSAM repositories on GitHub: optisam-backend, optisam-ui. The code is published under Apache 2.0 license.

  7. The Dynamic Time Warping (DTW) allows to measure the difference between two temporal sequences, that can have significant distortions one to another. This code implemented in Fortran allows a very efficient access to this function under Python. Find OrangeDTW library published by Orange Labs on our GitHub under MIT License.

  8. While most automatic classification algorithms can only classify data in one category at a time, CraftML can classify data into multiple categories. For instance it can be trained to learn to classify any Wikipedia pages (based on their keywords) into thousands categories and sub-categories. The algorithm was presented at the International Conference on Machine Learning 2018. […]