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Software

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.

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Virtualization

oVirt

oVirt is a complete Open Source virtualization management platform.

High availability

pacemaker/Corosync

Pacemaker is an Open Source resource manager for cluster systems operated on Linux.

Databases

pgAdmin

pgAdmin is a graphic interface for administering and maintaining PostgreSQL databases.

Databases

pgBackRest

pgBackRest creates and manages PostgreSQL backups and provides point-in-time recovery (PITR).

Databases

pgBadger

pgBadger creates reports from PostgreSQL server log files.

Databases

PgBouncer

PgBouncer is a pooler for PostgreSQL database connections.

Mail

Postfix

Postfix is an implementation of a mail transfer agent (MTA) as free software.

Databases

PostGIS

PostGIS is a geoinformation system, which builds on PostgreSQL and expands this with geographic objects and functions.

Databases

PostgreSQL

PostgreSQL is one of the oldest and most advanced object-relational Open Source database systems and offers the exceptional implementation of the ISO SQL2003 standard.

Monitoring

Prometheus

Prometheus, developed by the team behind SoundCloud, is an Open Source monitoring and alerting toolkit.

Virtualization

ProxmoxVE

ProxmoxVE, or Proxmox Virtual Environment, is an Open Source virtualization environment developed by Proxmox Server Solutions.

Web

Pylons

Pylons is a modern web framework that was written in the Python programming language and follows the model-view-controller design pattern.