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.
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.
Cassandra, developed and supported by the Apache project, is a FOSS database management system for NoSQL databases.
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).
ClamAV is a free virus and phishing filter, and is already included in the range of a large number of Linux distributions as standard.