Custom Server Builds- Applications, Modules and Packages

Custom Server Builds- Applications, Modules and Packages

Custom builds using Debian Linux + Nginx, OpenResty or Tengine, OBS, and office automations. New Integrations where any-to-any service modules are becoming embedded systems.

I have created my own versioning for Debian and I use it exclusively for many reasons- not the least of which are its foundations in science and data.

I am currently in love with Lua and OpenResty as tools to create custom production workflows and data pipelines; and this is a particularly powerful combination because these can integrate industrial applications with market vectors and combine all of it into real-time web distribution channels, app-centric modules, and drop-in replacements for literally everything built using high-level languages.

This is the pre-cursor to new high level languages that were created because low-level languages made it impossibly tedious to accomplish certain tasks. Now it’s possible.

Creating rich webpages efficiently without using any language higher-level than C? Well, perhaps it’s a stretch to say that OpenResty is there, but if “there” is 1 and using PHP and WordPress is 10, then OpenResty (Nginx + Lua) is 3. By comparison, Node.js would be a 5.

Nginx, Lua and C Modules are being used to build the next phase of infrastructure in the global marketplace because it’s faster, better, and overall pretty simple. This is the herald of new languages that will develop to accomplish even greater higher-level tasks.

Managed Cloud Services and Systems

I currently own and operate 2 cloud based iPAAS.

These are an Enterprise Class Data Engine, and a Distributed SSO Central Authority which also work in tandem as an Integrated System.

The technology features simultaneous handling for hierarchic, parallel and autonomous data structures within an evented architecture to service a theoretical maximum of 40xIPv6 data nodes.

The technology also features networking-on-the-fly and cross-site data sharing among discrete domains and data centers.

Supporting my system is a newly proposed protocol called “Hyper-threaded namespaces” or htns://

This wraps the custom object handling and system calls together within a cryptographically secure layer and provides both transport and dynamic functions.