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Teaching

We offer public and private courses in programming languages, techniques and procedures. The duration of the courses will be adapted to your needs. Based on our experience as long-time Linux system administrators, the courses are mostly also in this area of programming, system configuration and working techniques.

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Technical Consulting

Our offered consulting and services are based on several years of experience in AWS cloud usage, MSPs and large Linux installations. In these areas, we offer project management, architectural design, conducting workshops, consulting on implementation with automation and consultations of Do’s and Dont’s.

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Support

We offer our Linux support for customers at the Rohrdorferberg: Niederrohrdorf, Oberrohrdorf, Fislisbach, Remetschwil and D├Ąttwil Support of the operating systems macOS and Windows maybe available after detailed clarification.

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Our passion is to design, implement and automatically maintain of useful and loved IT architectures and environments.

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by Roman Plessl/ on 08 Oct 2019

Docker and ShinyProxy Setup

Based on one of our customer needs: If you have created one or more Shiny application and want to put them simple to production for multiple and / or selective users ShinyProxy is my favourite way to deploy these Shiny apps.

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by Roman Plessl/ on 08 Oct 2019

Perm 2.0 - Gedafe Application on AWS

WIP documentation - more will follow Based on a customer request I started to port an old PostgreSQL Database with a generic Database Frontend to a nearly serverless setup running on AWS. Perm is a web based permission management system based on the gedafe.

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by Roman Plessl/ on 19 Mar 2019

Website lifting

Using Hugo makes creating and writing websites fun again. And so this prunux.ch website now sparkles and lives with more technical content. A nice website but much too complicated to add new content. So my conclusion to the predecessor website of prunux.