Our expertise is your advantage!
Very few companies have such a vast and practice-oriented wealth of knowledge in the free software environment. Our many years of experience in development and project work will benefit you too, since we are already familiar with a wide range of issues and can provide the most suitable solutions. When selecting our employees, their involvement in the active development of free software is a key factor. Here is a selection of the software we support.
Messaging and data streams
Apache ActiveMQ® is a popular and powerful Open Source messaging and integration patterns server.
Amanda, the Advanced Maryland Automatic Network Disk Archiver, is a free backup system for backing up data that is distributed on computers in the network.
Amavis is an Open Source content filter for mail servers. As a stand-alone filter, Amavis provides protection against spam, malware, and viruses...
The Apache HTTP server is a free web server. Apache is one of the world’s most commonly used web servers.
Apache Cassandra®, developed and supported by the Apache project, is a FOSS database management system for NoSQL databases.
Bacula is an Enterprise solution for data backup in heterogeneous networks. It backs up data from UNIX/Linux and Windows systems.
Bareos is a free, network-based data backup solution. It supports all popular operating systems, such as Linux/Unix, Windows, and macOS.
Barman creates and manages PostgreSQL backups and provides point-in-time recovery (PITR).
BIND (Berkeley Internet Name Domain) is the most commonly used DNS (Domain Name System) server on the internet.
CentOS is a Linux distribution based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux. CentOS is binary-compatible with Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
Ceph is a software defined storage solution (SDS). Thanks to its distributed architecture, Ceph does not have a single point of failure (SPOF).