Now, I'm thrilled to announce you the successful projects! Please, join us on congratulating these students and spreading the word about their projects!
- Alan (Zhongjie Wang) developed the OpenMonitor desktop agent. It is a neat piece of software that will scan the internet from where user is connected, and provide our Cloud Aggregator with real time data about censorship, throttling and network availability in general. Useful for us to map in realtime what governments or ISPs are blocking around the globe as well as figure possible major internet outages caused by accidents or catastrophes.
- Angad Singh had a challenging undertaking this Summer, while trying to get traceroute to work on Android. The result now features the Mobile Umit Network Scanner that will soon be released for FREE at the Android Market.
- Diogo Pinheiro managed to create the OpenMonitor Cloud Aggregator, which is the piece that puts together all the real time data we get from our OpenMonitor desktop and mobile agents, and shows it on a very nice map with detailed description on the incident.
- Dragos Dena developed the Umit Network Inventory Next Generation, inspired by the awesome software of the same name developed by Guilherme Polo and that we currently distribute along with Umit Network Scanner. This new breed isn't really meant to replace the original project, but to allow for users to bring network monitoring and inventory to a whole new level allowing for users to create alarms, customize them, extend monitoring agents and best of all: integrate with our cloud based Network Administrator, that I'll describe below.
- Gaurav Ranjan managed to touch and improve four different and very complex projects we have here at Umit Project: Umit Network Scanner, Zion, RadialNet and UMPA. His contributions improved these projects will a bunch of new features and have now made all of them capable of handling IPv6 requests. We'll soon be releasing a new version of Umit Network Scanner featuring all these improvements.
- Piotrek Wasilewski developed the Network Administrator, which is a cloud based system that allows for easily monitoring hosts status remotely. It is a very cool piece of software and is very extensible, easy to use and easy to deploy. Your days of trying for weeks to install that huge and complex monitoring system are over.
- Zubair Nabi is the wizard that poped out of his hat the OpenMonitor mobile agent for Android. He managed to design an impressive interface and a very high quality software for helping out the world to monitor internet availability. If you have an Android, stay tunned: this will soon feature the Android Market for FREE.