Network & Administration Software
Rocky Linux is a community-developed, enterprise-grade operating system. The distribution was created to combate the declining trust in CentOS after the aqqustion made by IBM and Red Hat. Rocky Linux aims to provide a free and open, downstream, version-pinned option of REHL (Red Hat Enterprise Linux).
Valentina Server is a business reports and database server for all major data sources and operating systems. The Valentina Server suite of tools includes the Valentina DB Server, SQLite Server and Report Server. Valentina Server is powered by Valentina Studio, a GUI database manager, Report Designer, Form Designer. The Report Server can use MySQL, PostgreSQL, MS SQL, SQLite, Valentina DB as a data source. It generates reports in images, text, HTML and PDF formats, which you can e.g. email or show on WEB.
Zabbix provides an enterprise-class monitoring solution for network monitoring and application monitoring. The software can handle over millions of metrics and can be used for individual components or networks, servers, virtual machines and cloud services. Where data like network utilization, CPU load and disk space consumption can individually be monitored. Zabbix is developed openly and is fully open-soruce.
Webuzo is a single user control panel which helps users deploy web applications. With Webuzo, it's simple to deploy systems like WordPress, Joomla, Drupal or bespoke web applications and frameworks powered by Apache, NGINX, PHP, Java, MongoDB and many other technologies. Webuzo was designed to enable single developers and small teams to focus on building their applications rather than maintaining servers, configurations and performance.
InterWorx is a very effective take on the modern web hosting control panel. It easily allows access for admins, clients, and clients of clients to manage anything needed for their environments. Additionally, it has useful features such for managing domains, email and websites suited for system administrators and web masters.
Sentora is a free and open-source web hosting panel that builds on the solid foundation of ZPanel. Sentora can be used has an open source hosting control panel alternative for small to medium internet service providers. It provides the most common web hosting control panel features out of the box, while allow for extension with a an add-ons store and the capability to install third-party modules. The Sentora community provides a support forum where most questions can be answered and the team behind Sentora also provides a premium support service with faster response and resolution time.
cPanel is an industry leading web hosting automation platform. For over 20 years cPanel and WHM has remained the leading platform for managing shared web hosting and virtual private servers. With cPanel, you can create and automate all server management tasks, allowing you to focus on empowering your customers and build every facet of their website experience.
An open-source RHEL fork built by the team at CloudLinux, inspired by the community. As a standalone, completely free OS, AlmaLinux OS enjoys $1M in annual sponsorship from CloudLinux Inc. Wich will be dedicated to support future RHEL® releases of AlmaLinux OS and provide ongoing development efforts that are governed by the members of the community.
Freenet is a peer-to-peer platform for censorship-resistant communication and publishing. With the Freenet client you can browse websites, post on forums, and publish files within Freenet network with strong privacy protections.
ClusterCS is a cloud-based server control panel for Linux servers. With ClusterCS it's easy to run environments beyond the traditional LAMP stack. ClusterCS provides easy installation paths for HAproxy, Nginx, Lighttpd, MySQL cluster and many other third-party open source server and development tools.
ZPanel is a free web hosting control panel for macOS, Linux and Windows-based servers. With ZPanel it's easy to manage your server for web hosting related tasks such as setting up server environments, managing DNS reccords and configuring SMTP. The software is written in PHP and released as open source software under the GNU General Public License 3.0.
Help build the internet of tomorrow with GNUnet. It's a software framework for fully decentralized, peer-to-peer networking that offers link encryption, peer discovery, resource allocation, and secure communication. The goal of the project is to replace the old insecure Internet protocol stack. GNUnet includes a fully decentralized DNS (Domain Name System) that utilize a directed graph instead of the hierarchical system implemented today. It also has it's own identity system re:claimID, a decentralized Identity Platform that is baked into GNUnet.
The InterPlanetary File System or IPFS for short is a distributed hypermedia protocol designed to be the new permanent web. IPFS uses peer-to-peer to distribute the network across machines and the globe. IPFS combines decentralized technologies like Git, BitTorrent, Kademlia and SFS to build what they think could be the new internet, or a subsystem of it.
OpenSSH is a free and open-source suite of secure networking utilities. The suite provides tools for remote login with the SSH protocol. All traffic over OpenSSH is fully encrypted eliminate eavesdropping, connection hijacking, and other malicious activities by potential attackers.
Rancher enables organizations to easily run containers in production. It is a complete free and open-source software stack for teams adopting containers. With Rancher, you no longer have to build a container services platform from scratch by combining various open source technologies. Rancher addresses the operational and security challenges of managing multiple Kubernetes clusters, while providing DevOps teams with integrated tools for running containerized workloads.
aaPanel is a free and open source web hosting control panel. It's a simple, yet powerful control panel that provides one click installs for LNMP and LAMP development stacks through an intuetive graphical user interface (GUI). aaPanel was designed to help you save time when deploying web sites and applications to the web. Allowing you to focus on building your project, rather than focusing on installation and configuration of servers and tooling. Over 3 million people use aaPanel to create quickly deployable web environments for Apache HTTP Server, Nginx and OpenLiteSpeed.
The Cockpit Project makes your Linux server more discoverable by providing an easy-to-use, integrated, and open web-based interface. With Cockpit you can view your server in a modern web browser and perform system tasks with mouse inputs, instead of using the terminal. Cockpit also makes it easy to start containers, administer storage, configure networks, and inspect logs.