A free and open source distributed VCS for tracking changes in computer files and coordinating work on those files among multiple people.


A web-based Git, Internet hosting service that provides the distributed version control, source code management functionality of Git and several collaboration features.


A web-based repository manager that allows teams collaborate on code, create and edit projects, is written in Ruby, includes a Wiki and issue-tracking features, provides free private repositories and has it's own integrated CI tool. 

Google Analytics

A web analytics service that tracks and reports website traffic, analyzes data; developed by Google.

Google Closure

A set of tools for building rich web applications with JavaScript. Was developed by Google for use in such web applications as Gmail, Google Docs, Google Maps, Google+, etc.

Google Drive

A file storage developed by Google. It gives you a possibility to store and access your files anywhere. 


A suite for metric analytics and visualization that is used for visualizing data for infrastructure and application analytics but may be also applied to home automation, weather process control etc.


An open-source software tool that monitors and graphs the performance of computer systems, allows storing numbers that change over time and graphing them. 


A command-line utility for searching specified patterns.


A cross-platform, distributed revision-control tool used in software development, its goals include high performance, scalability, decentralized, etc.


Puppet’s built-in key/value lookup tool for configuration data. Used for separating data from code, allows to write common data for most nodes, override values for unique nodes, etc. 

High-load tools

Memcached (for caching), Nginx (web server for high-load), Varnish, Squid (reverse proxies), HAProxy (load balancer), CDN.


A continuous integration tool that provides development teams with a reliable way to monitor changes in source control and trigger a variety of builds, it supports CVSGit, Subversion, etc. 

IDE (editors for code)

Visual Studio (C#), Eclipse, NetBeans, Aptana, Xcode (iOS), WebStorm, IntelliJ IDEA.


A drawing and text tool designed for editing vector graphics (diagrams, illustrations, charts, logos, paintings etc.).


An analysis tool for Python that can be used in IDEs/editors. It understands Python on a deeper level than all other static analysis frameworks for Python.


A data gathering, processing tool for transport intelligence, data and analysis, it saves time on a large scale and delivers accurate real-time traffic information, 


A cross-platform, continuous integration and continuous delivery tool that is written in Java. Allows to build and test software projects continuously, making it easier to integrate changes to the project.


A project management software, developed by Atlassian, allows to track any kind of unit of work (issue, bug, story, project task, etc.) through a predefined workflow. 


An open source data visualization platform for ElasticSearch, helps to create bar, line and scatter plots, or pie charts and maps on top of large volumes of data. 


A variation of the ubiquitous LAMP stack that traditionally includes Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP. Used for building web sites and web applications.


An open source enterprise portal software and a web platform for the development of websites and portals, includes a built-in web CMS, used to power corporate intranets and extranets. 


A collection of modular and reusable compiler and toolchain technologies. The main features of LLVM are generating relocatable machine code and providing the middle layers of a complete compiler system.


A tool for managing events and logs, used for collecting, parsing, and storing logs for future use, also can be used for cleaning and streaming big data from all sorts of sources into a database.


A collaboration software from IBM for connection partners, used as a social business platform to create a smarter workforce and deliver exceptional customer experiences.

Development by