Ma « to do » de logiciel a étudier

  • https://github.com/Kickball/awesome-selfhosted
  • Installer un baikal & Mautic
  • Security Checker (Black Duck)

A mettre dans netvibes : https://www.datamation.com/open-source/

https://gitlab.com/pikatrack/pikatrack/wikis/user-guide

https://homeserver-diy.net/wiki/index.php?title=Installation_et_configuration_d%E2%80%99un_reverse_proxy_avec_NginX

https://camunda.org/

https://reportserver.net/en/

https://www.datamation.com/open-source/open-source-software-list-ultimate-list-3.html

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  • Anacron sur poste normaux

https://www.htmly.com/,https://withknown.com/

Open source management photo : A voir

BI reporting : http://www.infoworld.com/article/3122000/open-source-tools/bossie-awards-2016-the-best-open-source-applications.html#slide13

The Sleuth Kit and Autopsy

https://github.com/Kickball/awesome-selfhosted#calendar-and-address-books

Vault

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Kylin

Graphique de base de données : Titan

Docker : http://www.projectatomic.io/registry/

154. BIRT

BIRT isn’t a complete BI suite; instead, it focuses on technology that can be « used to create data visualizations and reports that can be embedded into rich client and web applications. » It is sponsored by OpenText, Innovent Solutions and IBM. Operating System: Windows, Linux, OS X

155. Jaspersoft

This popular business intelligence suite is available in a Cloud Analytics version that runs on Amazon Web Services. It also comes in both free and paid versions for on-premise deployment. Operating System: OS Independent.

156. JMagallanes

This Java-based reporting tool can create static or dynamic reports and charts. It can accept data from SQL, Excel, XML and other sources, and it can create PDF, XML or application-specific files. Operating System: OS Independent

157. KNIME

KNIME offers a free, open source Analytics Platform, with several commercial extensions available; these include Personal Productivity, Partner Productivity, TeamSpace, Server, Big Data Extension and Cluster Execution. It claims to be « quick to deploy, easy to scale, intuitive to use and open to all. » Operating System: Windows, Linux, OS X

158. OpenI

OpenI strives to help enterprises go from « data to insights in 72 hours with open source. » It’s a reporting tool that integrates with other open source BI solutions and can be deployed to Amazon Web Services very easily. Operating System: OS Independent.

159. Pentaho

Now owned by Hitachi Data Systems, Pentaho describes itself as « a comprehensive data integration and business analytics platform. » Its customers include Caterpillar, Halliburton, BR and Nasdaq. It allows organizations to integrate big data from a variety of sources, including Hadoop, NoSQL databases, analytic databases and relational databases. It then enables interactive analysis, reporting and visualizations, allowing users to create customized dashboards that suit their unique purposes.

The open source version of the Pentaho software is available on the Community website. In addition, the company offers a free thirty-day trial of its paid enterprise software, and it offers a variety of paid services like custom visualizations, training, enterprise support, consulting, certification and technical support. Operating System: Windows, Linux, OS X

160. SpagoBI

SpagoBI is an open source business intelligence and big data analytics platform. The software is completely free, but paid user support, maintenance, consulting and training are available for purchase. It includes tools for reporting, multidimensional analysis (OLAP), charts, location intelligence, data mining, ETL and more. It also integrates with popular in-memory processing engines and enables real-time processing. Operating System: OS Independent