CodeGlide Fusion is an application and data integration platform that allows developers and end-users to integrate and transform information using a Web-based drag-and-drop interface that doesn't require coding or programming skills. Fusion can access and consolidate data from legacy systems, SQL databases, SOAP/REST Web Services, Excel files, HTML pages, RSS, email, FTP/WebDAV/SMB repositories, CSV, Zip files, and DNS lookups.
SWAMP is a workflow processing platform in which the workflow is designed in an XML based language in one file which is read by the SWAMP server. It avoids hardcoding business logic, and workflows can be built from different workflow "patterns" like simple actions, decisions, selections, loops, and custom code. The SWAMP server automatically creates a Web GUI from the workflow definition file that guides users through the business logic process based on their roles. Notification is sent if required. Overview pages over all running workflows and much more are available.
Trac is an advanced tool for managing software development projects. It provides a simple wiki, an issue tracking system, and tight integration with the Subversion revision control system. However, it's also notorious for being hard to install. With the JumpBox for Trac, it takes about a minute to get trac running. Plus, with the built-in subversion and database backup system and the JumpBox Web-based administration console, it gives you all the basic tools you need to put it into production without ever touching a command line.
JumpBox for OTRS is a virtual appliance for OTRS. OTRS is a ticket request system (also known as a trouble ticket system) with many features to manage customer telephone calls and email messages. The JumpBox for OTRS allows anyone to be up and running with this system on any OS in under a minute. The virtualized nature of a JumpBox makes it trivial to move across OSes and hosting environments. And with features like built-in automated backups, it's the easiest way to deploy and manage OTRS.
MediaWiki is an extremely popular Wiki engine that allows people to collaboratively edit documentation. It’s best known as the software that powers Wikipedia, but can also be installed onto your own servers. The JumpBox for MediaWiki allows anyone to be up and running with this wiki system in minutes on any OS, and incorporates many system-level best practices for optimal performance and maintainability.