A new level of service

Enterprise Linux administration taken to the next service level


We don’t do things twice to charge unnecessarily. We use orchestration and automated deployments when- and wherever possible.

Stay up to Date

The Linux-Universe is changing fast. With each of our Consultants having lots of free development time during the week, we guarantee to only deploy what we understand, consider stable technology and personally like.

Honest Error Management

Machines don’t make Mistakes – they do what they were told. Humans make mistakes – we do not hide Errors on your expense.

Use stable technologies

Experimentation has no space in Production Environments. We install identical Staging Environments for testing before deploying to the Live Servers.

Unjail the clients Infrastructure

We do not bind you to our Infrastructure – we design your Infrastructure to be easily migratable. Servers are provided by professional third party Hosting Providers like Amazon, Hetzner or others.

Be flexible

We don’t have shared hosting Environments or Restrictions you have to obey and design your Applications for. We offer true individuality to your custom Requirements.

Treat your employees well

Engagement, professionalism and enjoyment of work are key aspects of building awesome Products. Approaching all employees fairly is what guarantees our customers long term work relations with there individually assigned consultants.

Do only what you do great

We do not sell Windows or Groupware Stuff – if we do not specialize in a Technology, we will advise our clients to look somewhere else. The products we sell will be among the best you can find on the market.

Orchestration sparked a new age in Linux administration

We fully automate your business infrastructure with Saltstack

Why Orchestration and Automation is so important

  • Infrastructure exists as developable code
  • No restriction to a specific Server Provider, Migrations are easy, clearly laid out and fast
  • Orchestration Code documents itself, providing excellent Knowledge Resources for Administrators
  • Achieving the maximum level oversight well written orchestration code provides for large Infrastructures is unmatched

Professional assistance in all required steps

  • Give us a call, lets arrange a Meeting
  • See lots of Orchestration examples first Hand and get your Questions answered by Professionals with years of Experience
  • We develop a complete and thorough Migration Plan for your Infrastructure
  • Read through our written proposal for the tasks at hand
  • We individualize or create Saltstack Formulas and automation Workflows customized for your Infrastructure
  • We apply all formulas and do the migrations at hand together with your employees while training in all relevant aspects
  • We provide long term Service Level Agreements and Management, while keeping all Orchestration Code up to date

Code of ethics

As professional system administrators we subscribe to the code of ethics by www.lopsa.org

1. Professionalism

  • I will maintain professional conduct in the workplace and will not allow personal feelings or beliefs to cause me to treat people unfairly or unprofessionally.

2. Personal Integrity

  • I will be honest in my professional dealings and forthcoming about my competence and the impact of my mistakes. I will seek assistance from others when required.
  • I will avoid conflicts of interest and biases whenever possible. When my advice is sought, if I have a conflict of interest or bias, I will declare it if appropriate, and recuse myself if necessary.

3. Privacy

  • I will access private information on computer systems only when it is necessary in the course of my technical duties. I will maintain and protect the confidentiality of any information to which I may have access, regardless of the method by which I came into knowledge of it.

4. Laws and Policies

  • I will educate myself and others on relevant laws, regulations, and policies regarding the performance of my duties.

5. Communication

  • I will communicate with management, users, and colleagues about computer matters of mutual interest. I will strive to listen to and understand the needs of all parties.

5. Communication

  • I will communicate with management, users, and colleagues about computer matters of mutual interest. I will strive to listen to and understand the needs of all parties.

6. System Integrity

  • I will strive to ensure the necessary integrity, reliability, and availability of the systems for which I am responsible.
  • I will design and maintain each system in a manner to support the purpose of the system to the organization.

7. Education

  • I will continue to update and enhance my technical knowledge and other work-related skills. I will share my knowledge and experience with others.

8. Responsibility to Computing Community

  • I will cooperate with the larger computing community to maintain the integrity of network and computing resources.

9. Social Responsibility

  • As an informed professional, I will encourage the writing and adoption of relevant policies and laws consistent with these ethical principles.

10. Ethical Responsibility

  • I will strive to build and maintain a safe, healthy, and productive workplace.
  • I will do my best to make decisions consistent with the safety, privacy, and well-being of my community and the public, and to disclose promptly factors that might pose unexamined risks or dangers.
  • I will accept and offer honest criticism of technical work as appropriate and will credit properly the contributions of others.
  • I will lead by example, maintaining a high ethical standard and degree of professionalism in the performance of all my duties. I will support colleagues and co-workers in following this code of ethics.