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Technical Partners

Forging Strategic Alliances,
Taking Advantage of the Open Source Technologies Best in Class

Since 1999, Savoir-faire Linux has been building a unique technological ecosystem in order to meet the challenges of digital transformation of companies. Through forging strategic alliances with recognized technology partners, Savoir-faire Linux is able to provide the best solutions to customers and respond to market needs by offering bold, flexible and powerful Open Source solutions in a timely manner.

  • Gold Partner
    Alfresco is a content management platform that allows to store and share documents for your daily functionning business needs.
  • Advanced Partner
    Red Hat is one of the most important and recognized Open-Source information technology solution enterprise. It is also the first GNU/Linux distributor.
  • Silver Partner
    Microsoft is the world leader in software, services and information technology solutions. As a Microsoft Partner, Savoir-faire Linux has the competences and ressources to intervene effevctively in Microsoft environments.
  • Liferay is the ultimate Open Source portal. It allows the detailed management of users and access rights, facilitates the merger of the applications into a single portal and accelerates the development of Web applications.
  • Odoo is a professional suite of 100% integrated and Open Source business applications. Its development is supported by both the editor and a broad community of developers and users around the world.
  • Nuexeo provides many tools allowing for developers to build robust and flexible content management applications.
  • Hortonworks generates usable information through connected data platforms. The company focuses on the development and support of Hadoop, a Java framework that handles massive data processing by clusters of servers.
  • Ephesoft is an advanced document capture and retrieval solution that targets the mobility of information to meet the rapid need for data sorting and sorting.
  • BlueMind is a free collaborative messaging software that can efficiently respond to simple projects while providing the flexibility needed for complex, distributed architectures used by hundreds of thousands of users.
  • Confluent is an Open Source platform based on Apache Kafka. Confluent is the best way to start using real-time data streams.
  • Technologic Systems provides embedded computing solutions , i.e. field-proven industrial COTS and custom embedded systems designed to handle rugged environments and outlast others.
  • Bonitasoft’s extensible and open Bonita application platform is used by multidisciplinary teams in organizations worldwide to create Living Apps: enterprise-grade apps that connect tailored UIs with reliable back-office operations and business processes for exceptional digital user experiences.
  • Couchbase’s mission is to be the data platform that revolutionizes digital innovation. To make this possible, Couchbase created the world’s first Engagement Database, built on the most powerful NoSQL technology.

Community Partners

Supporting the Free Software Communities,
Encouraging Cooperation and Bringing Together
Different Knowledge Resources.

Savoir-faire Linux has chosen to work in symbiosis with many free and Open Source software platforms and communities in order to ensure their sustainability and development. This relationship founded on sustainable development and knowledge sharing allows Savoir-faire Linux to benefit from continuous support from the Free communities.

  • Debian is a free operating system that uses the Linux kernel. Debian contains nearly 43,500 software packages (i.e., packages) available on a global network of mirror sites.
  • Django is an Open Source Web development framework in Python that promotes clean, pragmatic Web design with fast development.
  • Drupal is an Open Source content management system (CMS) that supports millions of websites and Web applications around the world, ranging from personal blogs to e-commerce, and more.
  • The Free Software Foundation is a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote free software and protec its users. It has also been helping to finance the GNU project from the outset.
  • Python is a programming language, released in 1991. Powerful, easy to learn and rich in possibilities, Python promotes structured and object-oriented imperative programming.
  • The Free Software House (ML2) was launched in partnership with Savoir-faire Linux, Google, École de technologie supérieure (ETS). It is a place of exchange where students can contribute to free software projects.
  • The OpenLDAP project is a collaborative effort to develop a suite of free applications and professional development tools on LDAP technology.
  • Silver Partner
    The Linux Foundation is a non for profit consortium whose mission is to protect and standardize Linux to compet with our exploitation systems. It gathers 70 members, including Savoir-faire Linux.