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Atmosphere - Realtime Client Server Framework for the JVM

  •    Java

The Atmosphere Framework contains client and server side components for building Asynchronous Web Applications. It transparently supports WebSockets, Server Sent Events (SSE), Long-Polling, HTTP Streaming (Forever frame) and JSONP. Its mission is to make real time apps possible in every browser, library and mobile device, blurring the differences between the different transport mechanisms.

srs - SRS's a simplest, conceptual integrated, industrial-strength live streaming origin cluster.

  •    C++

SRS定位是运营级的互联网直播服务器集群,追求更好的概念完整性和最简单实现的代码。 SRS is industrial-strength live streaming cluster, for the best conceptual integrity and the simplest implementation. Download from github.io: Centos6-x86_64, more... Download from ossrs.net: Centos6-x86_64, more... Website for SRS/2.0, read SRS 2.0 Chinese or English.

pushpin - Reverse proxy for realtime web services

  •    C++

Pushpin is a reverse proxy server written in C++ that makes it easy to implement WebSocket, HTTP streaming, and HTTP long-polling services. The project is unique among realtime push solutions in that it is designed to address the needs of API creators. Pushpin is transparent to clients and integrates easily into an API stack. To assist with integration, there are libraries for many backend languages and frameworks. Pushpin has no libraries on the client side because it is transparent to clients.

go-oryx - The go-oryx is SRS++, focus on real-time live streaming cluster.

  •    Go

Oryx is next generation media streaming server, extract service to processes which communicates over http with each other, to get more flexible, low latency, programmable and high maintainable server. Oryx will implement most of features of srs, which is industrial-strength live streaming cluster, for the best conceptual integrity and the simplest implementation. In another words, oryx is next-generation srs, the srs-ng.

openshift-eventforwarder - Forwards the events of OpenShift to an external logging platform

  •    Go

We at @SchweizerischeBundesbahnen need to host all the OpenShift events outside our OSE-cluster as it would flood our etcd datastore if we keep the events of all projects for more than one day. So this tools just attaches to the kubernetes API and logs all the events to console where they are grabbed and sent to our central logging environment. The standard mode for this applicaiton is to write to standard out. If you wish to send to Syslog instead, you can define SYSLOG_SERVER as an environment variable, and we will forward the logs the the syslog server instead of sending the events to the console/standard out. If you wish to send to both a syslog server as well as standard out, you can define the DEBUG environment variable and it will send to both standard out and the defined syslog server.