We're proud to announce that Transitiv are now an official UK Icinga partner!
We've been offering our support, training, development and consultancy services for Icinga for many years, now we can do it as an official partner. This means our support and consultancy offerings are now backed by the Icinga team and we can offer the official Icinga training courses so you can be sure of getting the best possible service.
As with all of our support services, we offer our Icinga support with options...
Having previously announced our support services for Rocky Linux and with support for the traditional release of CentOS 8 ending on 31st of this month, we're delighted to announce that our support, training and consultancy services are now available for AlmaLinux.
AlmaLinux is the community-run RHEL fork started Linux cloud OS vendor CloudLinux. While AlmaLinux started at and is financially sponsored by CloudLinux, the AlmaLinux OS Foundation has been created to take over development and...
We're delighted to announce that our support, training and consultancy services are now available for Rocky Linux.
In December 2020, the CentOS projected announced the end of CentOS Linux as a downstream drop-in replacement for Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Its replacement is CentOS Stream, a rolling release distribution sitting upstream of RHEL development. While the move to being upstream of RHEL in the development process, the loss of some of the surety offered by the Red Hat QA process and the change to a rolling release dismayed many, it was the announcement that the end of life date...
We're pleased to announce the launch of our new support service: Outsourced Linux Support.
In response to customer demand, we are launching our new outsourced Linux support to meet the needs of MSPs that are facing a growing need for in house Linux support expertise to support their customers.
In such scenarios we can act as your first, second or third line Linux support and even white-label our support services on your behalf, answering the phone as you where necessary.
As with all of our...
With concerns about spread of the COVID-19 Coronavirus leading to social distancing and self-isolation, we feel it is important to make our position clear to existing and prospective customers regarding our business continuity plans in the event of such measures.
Since the very beginning we have offered our staff the option for remote working and we use multiple network providers to work with our geographically distributed customer base. This means we are well rehearsed and able to remain...
We're thrilled to announce the launch of our new website. We've worked hard on it so hopefully you'll find it easier on the eye, easier to navigate and easier to browse on mobile.
As always, we're committed to providing the support you need for Linux and Open Source software, so if you can't find what you're looking for or you find an issue with the website, get in touch now and we'll do our best to help.
Transitiv Technologies will be at GovNet 2014, the Open Source conference for the public sector at the Business Design Centre in Islington on the 3rd April 2014. We will be showcasing our Open Source solutions and Managed Service offerings.
The on-going growth of Open Source has major advantages for the public sector. With a Government agenda to boost the competitive market for software products, many high-quality open technologies are now readily available to the public sector. Furthermore,...
Transitiv are again proud to sponsor OggCamp 2013 held at the LJMU Art & Design Academy in Liverpool on the 19th/20th October.
OggCamp is the biggest community organised Linux event in the UK. Now in its fifth year, this annual unconference focuses not only on free software but also on open hardware hacking and free culture. OggCamp is a 2 day event which celebrates Free Software and Free Culture by bringing together top developers, artists, hackers and community heroes to share ideas,...
Transitiv are proud to sponsor OggCamp 2012 held at Liverpool John Moores University on 18/19th August.
OggCamp is the biggest community organised Linux event in the UK. Now in its fourth year, this annual unconference focuses not only on free software but also on open hardware hacking and free culture. OggCamp is a 2 day event which celebrates Free Software and Free Culture by bringing together top developers, artists, hackers and community heroes to share ideas, collaborate, educate and...