Linux Server

Linux server | Linux kernel | Apache | Java | PHP
A Linux server is a computer system running the Linux operating system. This system is based on the Linux kernel, a software that manages the communication between the server’s hardware and its software. Linux servers are typically used to host websites or applications, store and manage data, or provide services to other computers on a network.

Linux servers are widely used in enterprise environments because they are reliable, flexible and secure. They can be easily configured to support a wide range of applications and services, and they are often used in conjunction with other technologies such as web servers, database servers, and cloud computing platforms.

Common technologies used with Linux servers include Apache, MySQL, PHP, and Java. These tools are widely used to create, manage and maintain web-based applications and services. In addition, Linux servers integrate easily with other systems and technologies, such as virtualization software, storage systems, and networking equipment.

The experts at BITS have used Linux servers in a wide range of projects. A selection of case studies and references can be found below.

Migration of a Java business application to Docker as well as startup within a Kubernetes cluster

In this project, the task was to migrate a hotel management software consisting of Java backend, relational database and Angular frontend from a native server environment to a Kubernetes cluster. At the same time, the Kubernetes cluster was designed, rebuilt and commissioned.

Programming, operation and further development of the curated recruiting platform for personal network recruiting

On behalf of opexxia GmbH, a consulting and implementation agency for complex operational projects in the retail sector, BITS GmbH as IT development partner implemented and successfully put into operation the Internet recruiting platform

Development of a web application and a mobile app to improve breast cancer patient follow-up.

Together with Apps in Medicine GmbH, AOK Bayern, DAK Gesundheit and Siemens Betriebskrankenkasse (SBK), under the direction of the Klinikum rechts der Isar of the Technical University of Munich (MRI), BITS participated in the PRISMA study as a consortium partner for the technical infrastructure.

Transition Management

We were able to profitably apply our experience in the IT infrastructure sector during the relocation of the complete data centers of a major corporation. The particular challenge was the relocation of the complete server infrastructure within one year during ongoing operations and the resulting high complexity of the processes to be planned.

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