Davrom Consulting Pty Ltd
Established Since 2001
PO Box 1644, Sunnybank Hills, Qld, 4109
ABN: 81 096 990 804
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As the Linux/UNIX operating system and networking environments cover such a
wide scope of technical implementation and support, please find detailed below
some of the specific examples of solutions provided by Davrom Consulting. All
solutions are with a view to being Open Source based as we seek to utilise
the extensive set of utilities and programs already offered as part of the
Linux/UNIX operating systems:
Maintaining a focus on Open Source and affordability to the customer, Davrom
provides an extensive array of script based programs that allow customers to
have automated backup solutions for their Linux environment, either to USB
portable hard drives, NAS or server to server synchronisation.
Extensive implementation to allow customers to convert their legacy application
text printing or web page generation into finalised PDF documents that can then
be stored and e-mailed. This is achieved by using the Linux standard Open Source
SendMail:Drawing on over 25 years of working with e-mail solutions in UNIX
and subsequently Linux, Davrom deploys Linux based e-mail servers to our customers
to allow a powerful and robust IMAP based e-mail solution that uses SendMail
, coupled with SpamAssassin (anti-spam) and ClamAV (anti-virus) to
meet the needs for customers access to e-mail from a myriad of IMAP compliant e-mail
clients: ThunderBird, Outlook (post 2007 versions), Android, iPhone.
dc_antispam: Davrom also provides a custom written dc_antispam web
interface to further help customers fine tune their e-mail traffic with regards to
spam blocking, blacklisting and whitelisting.
Electronic Mail Organiser (EMO): Like dc_antispam, EMO is a custom
written web front end that allows users to set their own away messages and/or
e-mail forwarding through a web interface on their own Linux e-mail server. This
removes the need to leave your e-mail client running to handle away messages or
SOGo: SOGo allows e-mail clients to centralise their e-mail
address books and calendars and provides a very user friendly web interface that
rivals any other e-mail web client. SOGo works perfectly with the Thunderbird
e-mail client and any WebDAV/CardDAV client on mobile devices.
Samba: Using solutions such as Samba grants users a central access
point for sharing and storing files. Samba removes the need to install Microsoft
servers or PCs to act as a central file storage 'server'.
Also utilising other similar file sharing and transfer utilities already present
in the Linux operationg system, Davrom has implemented a wide range of solutions
to ensure files of any particular nature can be accessed by users.
Syncthing: Syncthing is another ideal solution for ensuring a
distributed access to files is given to users regardless of their client PC/device
used. Syncthing uses a Bit Torrent approach to maintaining a central core of
files on each client device. Client devices include: Linux, Windows, Mac, Android
and iPhone/iPad. Syncthing removes the need for public storage areas such as
Dropbox and puts your sensitive documents and files safely on your own Linux
NextCloud: NextCloud is another excellent alternative to the
commercially available cloud services and puts privacy and control of your
files back into the safety of running on your own Linux server. NextCloud
also has a fully featured contacts and calendaring system which allows PCs and
mobile devices to use the WebDAV and CardDAV technologies to synchronise contacts
and calendar events. The apps offerings by NextCloud is just mind-blowing.
Davrom has spent many years preserving legacy application server installations such
as those running on SCO OpenServer and the older Red Hat Linux operating systems,
where the applications themselves on these said servers cannot be supported on the
latest Linux operating systems or the latest server hardware. This "preservation" is
achieved by using VirtualBox running on a Linux server and provides full
access to the legacy application server hosted on the Linux server.
Please find in this section, projects that are customer specific and that have been
in place for some time, demonstrating the power of the Linux operating system
environment as it stands on its own.
Ftp solutions example: This is an automated call center call file
ftpdownload solution that in turn grants access for staff to the downloaded
call files via their own internal server website, and the respective call files are
also e-mailed to the clients as they are downloaded.
File processing systems: A wide cross section of file handling
solutions have been implemented over time ranging from incoming text file handling and
processing to simple e-mail file handling. Essentially if a file can be placed on a
Linux server, any solution can be implemented to manipulate the file using the core
curl upload projects: Implementing curl based file management soltuions
such as uploading xml, txt or pdf files to organisations such as freight providers as
an automated process managed by a Linux back-end PC/server, delivers efficient quick
and human free processing.
All scripts and advisories from any Linux/UNIX servers or MikroTik routers are
logged and monitored by Davrom's extensive TellDavrom solution which allows
the full tracking of all server and router activities, with a heavy view to backups,
to ensure the smooth running of all implemented solutions and the raising of
respective alarms should events occur.
TellDavrom is implemented free for Davrom customers.
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