We establish the required processes and suitable open source tools in your project and help you deploy them on a long-term basis.
as distributet versioning control system
as web based and more secure project management software or bug tracking system. More about Redmine
as web based Continuous Integration server
as automation tool for projects, apps and infrastructure. More about Ansible
as Content Management System (CMS) and PHP framework. Flexible, scaleable, modern and open source.
Matomo (formerly known as Piwik)
as open source Webanalytics Tool
as more secure Dropbox replacement. More about SparkleShare
for secure file syncronization for enterprises. More about OwnCloud
Jekyll is a simple static site generator without database requirement. Written in Ruby it is distributed under an open source license.
The reason for our open source passion
We rely on open source solutions because they are tried, tested and trusted - all over the world. They have been trusted in the world’s most rigorous datacenters. They handle everything from the critical to the routine. They have been in practical use for a very long time and the source code is publicly available. Who uses open source software is usually vendor and service-independent and often has a strong community standing behind it.
The opposite of open source is proprietary software. This is maintained by a manufacturer and here the source code is generally not made public. The manufacturer reserves the right of development for the software. As a buyer your license depends on the development. As well as care packages, maintenance, support and pricing - it’s all concerned by the manufacturer.