Open Source

Open Source offers tremendous commercial opportunities for organisations to save costs and expand their business models.

Accura-Tech is able to offer clients the opportunity to commercially exploit the endless cost saving possibilities that open source offers.

Our experience of sound domain knowledge enables us to provide our clients with solid yet flexible architecture that enables commercial enterprises to meet their business goals. We use proven comprehensive approach to design solutions and help corporations to achieve tangible results and fast return on investment.

Linux services

Accura-Tech will support your open source architecture to deliver significant value through problem resolution, knowledge transfer, best practices and solution planning. We provide immediate technical assistance to ensure that your architecture is more productive and better able to deliver performance, reliability and security to your enterprise.

To ensure your critical applications continue to deliver, you need a support strategy that will continue to satisfy your clients. From tracking application and architecture performance to identifying opportunities and risks associated with your open source architecture, we will collaborate and offer the best strategic solution possible.

Accura-Tech has been providing Application Maintenance Support and Helpdesk Support to clients across the world. We offer services covering:

  • Installing, configuring and maintaining Linux systems
  • Analyzing and optimizing Linux systems
  • Hardening Linux systems against system exploits
  • Deploying, configuring and tuning of products on Linux
  • Configurations and installations of databases
  • Product/Application management

“In general, open source refers to any program whose source code is made available for use or modification as users or other developers see fit. (Historically, the makers of proprietary software have generally not made source code available.) Open source software is usually developed as a public collaboration and made freely available.”