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.
Cockpit is a web frontend for managing servers. It is primarily used for starting and stopping services via systemd, but package updates can also be installed.
The courier POP3/IMAP server is an extremely stable and established server that reliably and quickly makes emails available in the Maildir.
Cyrus is an email server that was developed at the Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania.
Skolelinux, alias Debian Edu, is a modified Debian distribution that was specifically developed for use in schools.
Django is a web framework that was written in the Python programming language and follows the model-view-controller design pattern.
Docker is Open Source virtualization software. The main feature of this software is that the virtualization does not occur via a virtual machine...
Dovecot is a free IMAP and POP server that was developed with a special focus on security.
EJBCA, Enterprise JavaBeans Certificate Authority, is an application for J2EE servers and is a certification body for a public key infrastructure.
Exim, which was developed by the University of Cambridge, is a free mail transfer agent.
FAI stands for Fully Automatic Installation and is software that enables the automatic installation and configuration of GNU/Linux.