If you are a user of Ganglia, Nagios, RRDtool or R or just an enthusiastic C or Python developer, you may be able to use and provide feedback for the students while benefitting from the cool new features they have been working on.
|Chandrika Parimoo||Python, Nagios and some Syslog||Chandrika generalized some of my ganglia-nagios-bridge code into the PyNag library. I then used it as the basis for syslog-nagios-bridge. Chandrika has also done some work on improving the ganglia-nagios-bridge configuration file format.|
|Oliver Hamm||C||Oliver has been working on metrics about Ganglia infrastructure. If you have a large and dynamic Ganglia cloud, this is for you.|
|Plamen Dimitrov||R, RRDtool||Plamen has been building an R plugin for inspecting RRD files from Ganglia or any other type of RRD.|
|Rana||NVIDIA, C||Rana has been working on improvements to Ganglia monitoring of NVIDIA GPUs, especially in HPC clusters|
|Zhi An||Java, JMX||Zhi An has been extending the JMXetric and gmetric4j projects to provide more convenient monitoring of Java server processes.|
If you have any feedback or questions, please feel free to discuss on the Ganglia-general mailing list and CC the student and their mentor.