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. The collaboration between Orange Labs and Inria (National Institute for Research in Digital Science and Technology) resulted in proposing a set of tools for OASIS TOSCA (Topology and Orchestration Specification for Cloud Applications) deployment descriptors. It can be used for syntax and type checking of specifications or resources configuration deployment/update descriptors written in TOSCA. It […]

  3. Hurl is a command line tool to run and test HTTP requests defined in a simple plain text format. It can performs requests, capture values and evaluate queries on headers and body response. Hurl is very versatile, it can be used for both fetching data and testing HTTP sessions. Visit Hurl pages: – source […]

  4. FOSSology (from FOSS: Free and open-source software) is an open source license compliance software system and toolkit. As a toolkit you can run license, copyright and export control scans from the command line. As a system, a database and web ui are provided to give you a compliance workflow. Both functionalities of FOSSology are effectively used […]

  5. 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.

  6. Orange Business Services publishes simple scripts used to deploy and maintain the MongoDB databases that are made available to its clients. Find the project page on our Orange-Opensource GitHub. The source code is published under MIT License.

  7. Add install options for some formulae since the Brew Core doesn’t support them anymore! A new feature has been added to the Orange-OpenSource GitHub: a third party tap for Homebrew. The homebrew-zabbix provides a formula that makes it possible to build Mac software (here: Zabbix), with specific options (enabling additional features and libraries). The Homebrew community now […]

  8. The synthetic-tm-generator tool implements several methods form the scientific literature to generate synthetic traffic matrices matching the given network topologies. The tool was based on two publications from SIGCOMM CCR: A. Nucci, A. Sridharan, and N. Taft. The problem of synthetically generating IP traffic matrices; M. Roughan. Simplifying the synthesis of internet traffic matrices. Find the project […]