Following our very recent contribution of shell API examples to ISPConfig, the effort quickly grew into a full-blown command line tool for ISPConfig. I noticed the functionality we needed and the script we were building were a good fit for creating a proper CLI. With many other users in the community having expressed similar needs, I realized this was a good moment to contribute. The tool was merged to ISPConfig yesterday. We are currently asking for feedback on the tool’s current state and inviting more developers to contribute further functions. Read more “ISPConfig shell CLI by Molnix”
In this blog post, I share a contribution to ISPConfig. We are happy users of ISPConfig and have extended its use to some of our bash scripts. Since there were no readily examples on shell and curl usage out there, we decided to create our own. Read more “ISPConfig bash CLI script for REST API”
It has been a year since migrating to Nextcloud, and it has been a great year indeed. We are happy to announce that Molnix Nextcloud is now up to version 13. That is two major releases within a year. Despite the rapid speed of development and introduction of new features, stability has only improved since the ownCloud days. With Nextcloud 13 come several new features and improvements as well as lots of fixes. Read more “Molnix Nextcloud upgraded to version 13”
I started my first business with offering a backup solution. This was back in year 2000, using Bacula and rsync. Ever since, I have been involved in providing backup solutions, and developing extensions to them. Our current business offers both BackupPC and UrBackup. Furthermore, our ownCloud and Nextcloud services have some very nifty aspects that are applicable to backup contexts.
With the increasing focus on cloud solutions and scalability, I find there is a gap in the open source backup offerings. In this post I explore the features needed and propose a new backup solution or a goal that current solutions can evolve into. Read more “A proposal for a new open source backup solution”
You can now work on documents with your colleagues in real time in Molnix Nextcloud. This has been made possible by the Collabora Online app, which is the cloud version of LibreOffice. Editing documents is now as easy as clicking on them. This is a huge feature addition to our cloud suite. Hopefully you are as excited about it as we are!
As one of our key offerings, BackupPC is both a service that we sell and a tool that we use internally. To give something back to the open source project, I have participated in the BackupPC community for a long time. Read more “BackupPC version 4 in development allows for better scaling”
We are happy to announce that Molnix now provides Nextcloud 11. This is a seamless replacement for ownCloud. With the migration there are also many updates. Read more “Molnix ownCloud upgraded and migrated to Nextcloud 11!”