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Bobcares routinely manages server infrastructure covering a wide range of technologies. We take care of all technical support and system management tasks that includes, user administration, resource management, storage/network administration, network/system hardening, performance optimization, backup management, hypervisor/core upgrades, etc. Listed below are a few technologies we administer on a day-to-day basis.
VMWare enables virtualization of business infrastructure through its server/cloud management solutions such as vSphere, vCenter, vRealize, vCloud Suite, etc.
OpenStack is an open-source software platform for cloud computing, mostly used for infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS). It supports both hypervisors and container technology.
CloudStack is an open source cloud system that supports all popular hypervisors such as KVM, VMware vSphere, and XenServer/XCP for virtualization.
Kernal-based Virtual Machine is a native Linux kernel hypervisor technology that uses hardware virtualization to support a wide variety of guest operating systems.
Xen / XenServer
Xen is the first popular open source hypervisor. It uses hardware assisted virtualization or paravirtualization technology to support a wide range of guest operating systems.
Proxmox VE is a virtualization management platform that enables companies to deploy and manage LXC/OpenVZ based containers and KVM hypervisors.
SolusVM is a virtual server control panel that provides central administration facilities for OpenVZ servers, Xen hypervisors and KVM servers.
Virtuozzo is a OS-virtualization software that uses a modified Linux kernel to run multiple instances of Linux operating systems on the same physical machine.
Linux Containers (LXC) is an os-virtualization system that uses Linux kernel features such as cgroups and namespace isolation to achieve a very light-weight virtualization.
OpenVZ is the open source variant of Virtuozzo, that uses OS-virtualization to run multiple operating system instances (aka containers) in the same physical server.
Virtualizer is a web based VPS control panel that supports management of virtual machines created on OpenVZ, Xen PV, Xen HVM, XenServer and Linux KVM.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux and its open source version CentOS is derived from the Fedora project, and is built for business critical applications such as e-commerce, telecommunications, etc.
The Windows Server series of products that include the editions 2008, 2008 R2, 2012, 2012 R2 and 2016 are business class server operating systems based on Windows NT technology.
CloudLinux is a RHEL based GNU/Linux operating system that’s built for shared hosting providers. It uses a customized OpenVZ kernel that protects each account from resource/security abuses.
Ubuntu is a Debian-based GNU/Linux operating system developed by Canonical Ltd., and its server variant is used widely in business critical applications such as cloud hosting, e-commerce, etc.
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server and its open source variant OpenSUSE is a GNU/Linux operating system targeted at large organizations for physical, virtual and cloud workloads.
CoreOS is a lightweight operating system based on Linux kernel and is designed to support server clusters. It provides automation, ease of applications deployment, security and scalability.
DirectAdmin is a web hosting control panel that offers user/reseller management and services management on Red Hat, BSD and Debian compatible Linux systems.
Interworx is a Linux based web hosting control panel that has a server administrator interface called NodeWorx and a website owner interface called SiteWorx.
Webmin is the oldest surviving web hosting control panel that now supports both Linux and Windows server administration, and is extensible through modules.
ISPmanager supports a wide range of third-party software and enables management of various services such as web, database and mail through a central web-interface.
WebsitePanel is an open source control panel for Windows hosting that enables users to manage their hosting environment from a centralized web-interface.
Drupal is a popular open source content management framework, which has a minimalistic core set of features, but is extensible with a growing list of modules.
Joomla! is a cross-platform content management system that is intuitive to use, and is extensible with a wide range of “components”, “plugins”, “templates”, and “modules”.
DotNetNuke or DNN is an open source content management system based on Microsoft .NET. A large collection of third-party apps allow extension of features to DNN core.
PHP web apps
PHP is a server-side scripting language designed for web development. Most popular frameworks include Laravel, Phalcon, Symfony, Yii, Codeigniter, CakePHP and Zend.
Django/Python web apps
Python is a general purpose programming language that allows creation of web front ends for complex business applications. Popular frameworks include Django, Flask and Pyramid.
Ruby on rails web apps
Ruby on Rails is a popular development framework that enables building extensible, fast and scalable web applications in a very short time (aka Rapid Application Development).
Java web apps
Java is a mature application development platform which allows creation of large business apps using frameworks such as Spring MVC, JSF, Vaadin, GWT, etc.
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