credativ Announces PostgreSQL Short Courses, Alternative to Commercial Databases' Huge Annual Maintenance Fees
credativ, a global open source consulting, service, and support company, announced today introductory and advanced training on PostgreSQL database development and administration which will jump-start cost saving projects.
credativ, LLC and Forest Informatics, Inc. Announce Partnership, Training for Open Source Geospatial Database Analytics, Potential for Massive Cost Savings
credativ, a global open source consulting, service, and support company, announced today a partnership with Forest Informatics, Inc., a provider of turnkey and custom solutions for forest resource management. Together, they will offer introductory and advanced training on geospatial analytics, initially in San Diego, California.
Tough competition for commercial distributions – the Support Card for Linux distributions is here! Rugby, 23 March 2010 – credativ UK joins its German counterpart in offering the Open Source Support Card for Linux distributions.
credativ and OpenLogic today announced a partnership, broadening enterprise-grade Open Source support in Europe and North America.
Rugby, 14 December, 2009 - credativ has been awarded certification under the Accredit UK quality standard run by the National Computing Centre Ltd (NCC). Accredit UK is a mark of quality for the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) industry and identifies businesses that will deliver ICT solutions to a high standard.
Rugby, UK. October 10, 2009 - credativ carried out exclusive research for Computer Weekly, testing a wide range of open source applications on Windows 7 to find out which ones work well.
San Diego, California, September 9, 2009 - Europe's largest independent open source service and support company, credativ, is expanding its Open Source Support Center to the U.S. market to satisfy the rapidly growing need for expert assistance with open source technologies.
Rugby, UK. September 9, 2009 - Europe's largest independent open source service and support company is expanding its Open Source Support Centre to the U.S. to satisfy the rapidly growing need for expert assistance with open source technologies for companies operating across both Europe and the US.
Rugby, 31 March 2009 - credativ, the largest independent European Linux services and support consultancy, announced today that it has joined the international Linux Foundation.
London, 17 September 2008 - Rugby based IT Consultancy credativ has been awarded a contract by the Liberal Democrats to provide server migration and an ongoing support package.
Rugby UK, 8 September 2008 – credativ ltd, an independent open source service and support company, today announced the launch of its new Open Source Telephony service, as part of its Open Source Support Centre, which offers 24/7 support. The new telephony service provides consultancy, specification and implementation of open source based PBX telephony systems using VoIP.
Rugby, UK. 17 June 2008 - credativ, a free software service and support company, has launched the UK's first fully hosted Open Source monitoring service. credativ is offering an entirely outsourced service as of today, allowing customers to outsource both setup and ongoing monitoring to credativ and benefit from immediate notifications if critical systems slow or fail. In addition to providing a 24/7 support service, credativ's new offering, called credativ Open Source Monitoring, extends this to include IT infrastructure monitoring on a 24/7 basis. This dual offering ensures that problems are responded to quickly by the largest team of independent Open Source experts in Europe.
Rugby, UK. 26 February, 2008 - credativ, a leading international free software consultancy, today announced the expansion of its European operations as a result of increased demand for its Open Source support and consultancy services. New premises in Rugby, UK, and additions to credativ's team - increasing numbers to 42 across its offices in the UK and Germany - accompany the company's ongoing growth strategy. credativ's expansion follows the recent launch of its UK Open Source Support Centre (OSSC) in November 2007, bringing new customer wins in the web services and education sectors. The consultancy's comprehensive support packages for Open Source Software go beyond the level of support provided to customers of commercial software vendors and are key to encouraging more organisations to adopt open source systems instead of proprietary technologies.
Rugby, UK. 13 November 2007 - credativ, an independent free software consultancy with offices in the UK, Germany and Canada, today announced that its UK Open Source Support Centre (OSSC) will provide support for all major free software distributions and applications. The OSSC supports distributions and applications including: Debian, Ubuntu, SUSE, Red Hat, Xandros, Gnome and KDE, PostgreSQL, MySQL, Kolab Groupware, eGroupware, Asterisk, Apache, Samba, Nagios and Xen among others. The company will also provide support for free software that is integrated into mixed OS and proprietary environments to service the growing use of combined platforms and operating systems. credativ UK is expanding on the success of the OSSC in Germany by offering the same support service from its in-house technical team based in the UK and Germany comprising of 30+ software engineers. Additionally, credativ's support team is strengthened by its active participation in the development of many Open Source projects.
Glasgow, 14 September 2007 - the credativ Open Security filter was deployed – it provided a spam filter, virus filter and firewall customised for GNRA's requirements. credativ's team was able to seamlessly integrate the system into the existing network infrastructure without requiring any downtime.
Rugby, 8 April 2007 - credativ's Open Source Support Centre (OSSC) offers extensive service and support packages for the newly released Debian GNU/Linux 4.0, adding to the range of services tailored to the needs of larger businesses. It is now possible to use an enterprise grade, high performance, yet completely license free, Linux operating system with professional service and support, guaranteed by experienced Debian developers from the OSSC. Debian GNU/Linux has enjoyed constantly rising popularity in large businesses due to its outstanding stability and platform independence. It has proven itself to be a first rate alternative to other commercial operating systems and Linux distributions.
Juelich, Germany 21 August 2006 - After the freeze of the Debian GNU/Linux 4.0 base distribution codenamed Etch, the Debian developers at credativ are working round the clock fixing known bugs in the Debian project.
credativ is proud to welcome Debian and other free software projects to this year's CeBIT (March 9-15, 2006). Visit the credativ stand (hall 4, booth F52) to experience the power of Debian with support for the latest 64 bit processors. Applications bundled with Debian include OpenOffice.org for documents and presentations, the Firefox web browser, the PostgreSQL enterprise database server and a host of system administration and network monitoring tools. A special CeBIT version of the latest release of Debian will be available to demonstrate its user friendliness. credativ will also be demonstrating high performance clustered spam filtering solutions using standard Debian tools. Support contracts for Debian up to 24x7 on-site support are available from credativ for companies of any size and private individuals.
At the LinuxWorld Expo in Frankfurt, Xandros presented the new Xandros Desktop OS 3.1. The distribution is based on Debian GNU/Linux and is up against established distributions such as Novell/SuSE and Red Hat Linux in Germany. Yet the timing could be in their favour, as both of these distributions have mostly given up on the consumer market, and the sale of SuSE has also caused a number of users to look elsewhere.