pfSense is an open source firewall/router computer software distribution based on FreeBSD. It is installed on a physical computer or a virtual machine to make a dedicated firewall/router for a network and is noted for its reliability and offering features often only found in expensive commercial firewalls. It can be configured and upgraded through a web-based interface, and requires no knowledge of the underlying FreeBSD system to manage. PfSense is commonly deployed as a perimeter firewall, router, wireless access point, DHCP server, DNS server, and as a VPN endpoint. PfSense supports installation of third-party packages like Snort or Squid through its Package Manager. It ensures the security perimeter.
This stack will deploy two instances: one is Pfsense application, the second for Pfsense administration is based on Ubuntu. Here is the architecture diagram.
Cozycloud your free personal cloud server. Unlike other personal cloud , Cozy focuses on applications and collaboration applications around your personal data. Cozy is a solution of PaaS (Platform as a Service) staff that allows you to deploy personal web applications in one click . This is rich web applications. You can choose from existing Cozy applications (Notes, Todos, Calendar, Contacts, Photos … ) , adapting an existing Node.js application or start your own web application “ from-scratch “ (documentation and tutorials available).
A feature of Cozy is the centralization of storage for different applications in a common database with typed data and control of access by data type. In this way the different applications work with the same source data (contacts, mails, notes … ). Cozycloud is currently focused on Node.js but support for Python and Ruby applications is expected. More cozy developed in France by French developers.
The duplicity utility is a tool in command line allowing to make incremental backup of files and directories.
Duplicity backs directories by producing encrypted tar-format volumes and uploading them to a remote or local file server. Because duplicity uses librsync, the incremental archives are space efficient and only record the parts of files that have changed since the last backup. Because duplicity uses GnuPG to encrypt and/or sign these archives, they will be safe from spying and/or modification by the server.
Cloudwatt provides its clients the latest version of the CentOS distribution 7.2
Cloudwatt provides its clients the latest version of the CentOS distribution 6.7
Apache Cassandra is a distributed NoSQL database management system. Initially developed by Facebook, it was released as an open source project in 2008 and is now a top-level Apache projet. Cassandra allows to handle large amounts of structured, semi-structured, and unstructured data across multiple data centers and in the cloud. By basing on BigTable principles, Cassandra offers flexible data models and ensures a fast reponse request time. It delivers also many other features: continuous availability, fault-tolerant, decentralized and scalability.
CoreOS is an open-source lightweight operating system based on the Linux kernel and designed for providing infrastructure to clustered deployments, while focusing on automation, ease of applications deployment, security, reliability and scalability. As an operating system, CoreOS provides only the minimal functionality required for deploying applications inside software containers, together with built-in mechanisms for service discovery and configuration sharing.
This tutorial will help you creating a CoreOS three node cluster. By default each instance is only accessible trough SSH port 22. You will have to create additional rules in your security groups to manage services you aim to deploy.
Cloudwatt provides an update of the CentOS 6.5 distribution image with all the system and security updates available as of January 27th. We encourage you to use this latest version from now.
Cloudwatt provides an update of the CentOS 7.0 distribution image with all the system and security updates available as of January 27th. We encourage you to use this latest version from now.
Cloudwatt provides an update of the Debian Jessie distribution image with all the system and security updates available as of January 20th. We encourage you to use this latest version from now.