Software Infrastructure (DevOps)


The process of getting program, software system available for use, it encompasses all the processes involved in running software properly in its environment, including installation, configuration, running, testing, etc.


Development + Operations. Software development method that emphasizes communication, collaboration, integration and automation. The method acknowledges the interdependence of software development, QA, and IT operations, and aims to help an organization rapidly produce software products and services and to improve operations performance.


Domain Name System is a technology standard for managing names of public websites and other Internet domains. It is most often used to obtain an IP address by the domain name of the resource.


A software virtualization platform that allows user create a container inside your computer. Container is a small virtual computer with it’s own OS and all setup that is needed, where the user can run any software as on the usual computer.

Docker Swarm

A native clustering tool for Docker that turns multiple hosts into a single virtual one. It is a standard Docker API, which enables other tools, that communicate with a Docker daemon, to use Swarm. It is a standalone tool, but it is also a Mode within the Docker Engine for managing clusters.


Disk Operating System is a computer OS that provides a file system for operations with files on the storage disk. It has built-in utilities for working with files on disk (copying, creating, editing, deleting and moving). And the built-in interpreter of the Basic language.


Docker-based continuous integration and delivery platform written in Go. Helps to optimize and automate software delivery.


Free mail server developed to work with IMAP and POP3. Works only with Linux/UNIX-like systems. It is designed to be secure, flexible in setting up and to work fast.


A cloud caching service by Amazon Web Services (AWS). Provides the ability to deploy, operate, and scale an in-memory data store or cache in the cloud. Improves the performance of web applications by retrieving information from fast, managed, in-memory data stores. Supports Memcached and Redis.


EXperimental Internet Mailer is a message transfer software (agent) for Linux and UNIX operating systems. Exim is distributed under the GPL license, and everyone can freely download it, use it and modify it.


A Linux/Unix based operating system (Linux distribution) that sponsored by Red Hat and supported by free software community. The project serves to test new technologies, which are further included in the products of Red Hat and other manufacturers.


A multi language, cross-platform file transport application, consisting of FileZilla Client and FileZilla Server. It supports FTP, SFTP and FTPS transport protocols. Equipped with the ability to drag and drop objects, synchronize the directory and search the remote server. Supports multithreaded downloading of files, as well as resume (if supported by the server) on the Internet connection.


A network security systems that monitor incoming/outgoing network traffic, decide whether to allow specific traffic or block it due to security rules, establish a barrier between a secure internal network and Internet.


Unix-like operating system, used to power modern servers, desktops, and embedded platforms, it provides networking, performance, security and compatibility features. This network operating system is an ideal platform for building an Internet or Intranet server.


File Transfer Protocol is a standard network protocol for transmitting files between computers on the Internet, built on a client-server model architecture. FTP is often used to download web pages and other documents from a private development device to an open hosting server.


A scalable, distributed monitoring tool that provides a complete real-time monitoring and execution environment that allows you to track statistics and history (CPU utilization, network) of real-time calculations for each of the observed nodes.


Link between two computer programs or systems, hardware router or software for interfacing computer networks using different protocols. The main task of the network gateway is to convert the protocol between networks. The most common gateway is a router.


GeoServer is a web server that allows you to serve maps and data from a variety of formats to standard clients such as web browsers and desktop GIS programs.


A Unix-compatible operating system that uses the Linux kernel. A command line is used to work in this OS, but also a graphical module can be installed for users that don’t work with command line.


Green Unicorn is a Python Web Server Gateway Interface HTTP Server for UNIX OS. The Gunicorn server is broadly compatible with various web frameworks, simply implemented, light on server resources, and fairly speedy.


High Availability Proxy is a server software to provide high availability and load balancing for TCP and HTTP applications, used to improve the performance of a server environment by distributing the workload across multiple servers.

Hardware installation

The process of installing, configuring and testing a new piece of hardware in a computer. New hardware installed in a computer is system memory, hard drives, video cards, sounds cards, rom drives (CD/DVD/Blue-Ray rom drives), power supplies, and motherboards.

HP Diagnostics

A monitoring tool used to monitor application on different platforms (Java, .Net, Oracle DB, SQL server, SAP, etc), allows to drill down into the code level to find the exact bottleneck and resolve it.


HyperText Transfer Protocol is an application protocol for data tranmission in the form of hypertext documents in the "HTML" format, is currently used to transfer arbitrary data and it is the basis for data transfer for the World Wide Web.


A protocol for secure communication over an Internet, it consists of Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) within a connection encrypted by Transport Layer Security (TLS). It provides protection from attacks based on listening to a network connection.

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