Applications
Installation on EcoServer included

EcoServer comes with basic support and service installation of Ubuntu 8.04 LTS operating system.  Advanced Platform Design also offers extended support and service for these following popular open source Ubuntu Linux applications on EcoServer.  For details please contact sales@AdvancedPlatformDesign.com.

LAMP:

Linux
   Free licensing server environment operating system Ubuntu 8.04 LTS
   distribution with free five years support (www.ubuntu.org)
Apache HTTP server
   By the HTTP project from Apache Software Foundation, release 2.2.9
   provides a secure, efficient and extensible server that provides HTTP
   services in sync with the current HTTP standards (www.apache.org)
MySQL
   a multithreaded, multi-user, SQL relational database management
   system (www.mysql.com)
Programming language 
   PHP hypertext scripting language for web server sites (www.php.net)
   


Potential Applications on EcoServer


Programming Language:

Python
   interpreted, interactive, object programming language
perl
   dynamic object programming language (www.python.org)

Networking:

XORP (eXtensible Open Router Platform)
   an open source routing software suite (www.xorp.org)

OpenSSH (OpenBSD Secure Shell)
   provides encrypted communication sessions over a computer network
   using the ssh protocol (www.openssh.com)

OpenSSL (open source implementation of the SSL and TLS protocols)
   implements the basic cryptographic functions and various utilities 
   (www.openssl.org)

OpenVPN (open source Virtual Private Network)
   creates point-to-point encrypted tunnels between host computers
   (www.openvpn.net)

OpenNMS (open source Network Management System)
   provides network and system monitoring, trouble ticketing, asset
   management and rudimentary network mapping 
   (www.opennms.org)


Mail Transport Agent (MTA):

qmail
   security-aware mail transport agent (hppt://cr.yp.to/qmail.html)

Postfix
   Ubuntu default mail transport agent (www.postfix.org)


Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting (AAA) framework:

RADIUS (Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service) 
   a remote user a
uthentication and accounting server primarily used
   by ISPs though it is also used on any network that needs a
   centralized authentication and accounting for its clients 
   (www.freeradius.org)

Open Diameter
   next-generation RADIUS successor that is twice of it 
   (www.opendiameter.org)

Kerberos v5 
   MIT implementation of the network security protocol which allows
   individuals communicating over a non-secure network to prove their
   identity to one another in a secure manner (http://www.kerberos.org)


Security:

Snort
   network intrusion prevention and detection system (www.snort.org)

Nessus
   vulnerability scanner and remote security check (www.nessus.org)

Shishi
   an implementation of the Kerberos 5 network security system

Heimdal
   an implementation of Kerberos 5 network security system
   (http://www.h5l.org)

Netcat
   a networking utility for reading from and writing to network
   connections on either TCP or (http://netcat.sourceforge.net)


Proxy Server:

SOCKS (an abbreviation for "SOCKetS")
   networking proxy protocol that enables hosts on one side of SOCKS
   server to gain full access to hosts on the other side of the SOCKS
   server without requiring direct IP reachability

   (www.sourceforge.net/projects/ss5)

BIND (Berkeley Internet Name Domain)
   the most commonly used DNS server on the Internet (www.isc.org)

DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol Disctribution)
   a daemon used by Linux to dynamically configure TCP/IP information
   for client systems (www.isc.org)


Windows Client Server:

Samba 
   a re-implementation of SMB/CIFS networking protocol as file and
   printer server for networks containing Windows clients
   (www.samba.org)


Monitoring:

Zenoss
   enables IT infrastructure monitoring of device availability,
   inventory/configuration, performance, and events
   (http://www.zenoss.com)

Hping 
   a command-line oriented packet generator and analyzer for the TCP/IP
   protocol (www.hping.org)

Wireshark 
   a network protocol analyzer, formerly Etherreal (www.wireshark.org)

 

Multi-Media:  

Oreka 
   modular and cross-platform system for recording and web-based
   retrieval of audio streams captured through VoIP and/or sound device,
   recordings metadata can be stored in any mainstream database 
   (www.sourceforge.net/projects/oreka)

Asterisk
   IP PBX (Private Branch eXchange) and telephony platform
   (www.asterisk.org)

IP TV
   ASI to IP demultiplexing, scrambling, editing

 

Control and Measurement:

Comedi 
   a project develops open-source drivers, tools, and libraries for data
   acquisition (www.comedi.org)

 

Backup:

BackupPC 
   a project develops open-source enterprise-grade backup tool
   using pooling and optional compression to minize disk usage
   (backuppc.sourceforge.net)