Short for "Container Advisor," cAdvisor is a Google project that monitors container performance and resource usage. It is intended for use with Docker. Operating System: Linux
Docker has quickly established itself as the dominant platform in the relatively new field of containerization. Many of the biggest names in technology, including Amazon, Microsoft, IBM, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Red Hat, Rackspace and Canonical are building or offering products that extend or use Docker technology. Operating System: Windows, Linux, OS X
Developed by Google, Kubernetes is an open source container management solution. It is highly scalable, running billions of containers in Google's data centers, as well as containers at Viacom, Ebay and Wikimedia. Note that in order to use it you will need Docker and a Google Cloud Platform Account. Operating System: Linux, OS X.
229. Linux Containers
This group oversees three separate containerization-related projects: LXC, a set of tools for containerization; LXD, a descendant of LXC which provides a more intuitive user experience; CG Manager container group manager daemon and the LXCFS filesystem. Its stated goal is "to offer a distro- and vendor-neutral environment for the development of Linux container technologies. Operating System: Linux
While it's not nearly as well-known as Docker, OpenVZ also offers open source containerization technology. It provides the basis for a commercial product called Odin Virtuozzo. Operating System: Linux
Part of the CoreOS operating system, Rkt describes itself as "the next-generation container manager for Linux clusters." It emphasizes security and simplicity, and it ships in ArchLinux, Fedora and several other Linux distributions. Operating System: Linux, OS X.
Content Management and Wikis
Similar to Microsoft SharePoint, Alfresco's community edition offers enterprise content management that "helps you regain control of critical business content, strengthen compliance, optimize processes and make collaboration easy." It also comes in a paid enterprise version called Alfresco One, and a cloud-based version which makes the software available on an SaaS basis. Operating System: Windows, Linux, OS X.
First released in 2011, Armstrong is a content management system specifically designed to meet the needs of news organizations. It was developed by The Bay Citizen and the Texas Tribune. Operating System: OS Independent
While BIGACE is used by many smaller organizations, it's multi-site, multi-language, and multi-user capabilities make it a possibility for larger enterprises looking for a Web CMS. Key features include a WYSIWIG editor, templates and stylesheets, and permission management. Operating System: Windows, Linux, Unix
Bitweaver aims to make it easy for non-technical staff, like the marketing team, to add content to corporate or small business websites. It includes tools for adding articles, blogs, calendars and image galleries, and multiple add-ons are available. Operating System: OS Independent.
Previously known as DotNetNuke, this content management solution promises high ROI for less effort when building rich interactive websites. Its users include Canon, Time Warner Cable, Texas Instruments and Bank of America. Operating System: Windows
This simple-to-use wiki was designed for developer teams and other small groups. Key features include unlimited revisions, recent changes viewing, section editing, anti-spam capabilities, multiple language support and more. Operating System: OS Independent
Drupal claims that more than 98,000 developers are actively contributing to this extremely popular content management system. It counts Microsoft, Zend, Fastly and New Relic among its supporters, and it has a marketplace that features hundreds of companies which offer related products and services. Operating System: OS Independent
239. Family Connections
If you love scrapbooking, you might also love setting up a family Web site. This app makes it easy to create a private site for sharing photos, calendars, recipes and keeping in touch with family members. Operating System: OS Independent
A split from the TWiki project, FOSWiki distinguishes itself with support of embedded macros to enhance content and allow end-users to create their own applications. The Web site includes considerable support for new users, as well as a number of extensions to the basic application. Operating System: OS Independent
Launched in 2014, Fraym promises "a new experience for creating and editing websites" and includes features like multi-language support, SEO, integrated caching, themes and drag and drop editing. Operating System: Windows, Linux, OS X.
242. Get Simple
Designed for smaller websites, Get Simple's claim to fame is its extreme ease of use. It boasts excellent security, an intuitive interface, customization capabilities, integrated site backups and more. Operating System: Linux.
243. Hippo CMS
Hippo was the only Java-based open source CMS in Gartner's Magic Quadrant for 2015. For marketers, it offers the ability to measure "which content matters to their audiences and deliver optimal and personalized digital experiences based on this insight." It comes in open source and enterprise editions as well as the Hippo OnDemand platform as a service. Operating System: OS Independent.
Joomla provides the platform for millions of websites, and it has been downloaded more than 50 million times. Among its many users are companies like eBay, Barnes & Noble, MTV and Peugeot. Operating System: OS Independent
Best known as the software Wikipedia uses, MediaWiki also powers sites for Baidu, Vistaprint, Novell, Intel and NASA. It's a good option for creating editable web pages, and many organizations use it for their internal knowledgebases. Operating System: Windows, Linux/Unix, OS X
Built using the Django framework, Mezzanine offers features like an intuitive interface, scheduled publishing, WYSIWYG or in-line page editing, SEO features, ecommerce, dashboard widgets, and a blog engine. Visit the live demo on the website to see it in action. Operating System: OS Independent.
This project allows enterprises to set up self-service and knowledge-base websites where their customers can quickly find information they need. The cloud-based version is now the primary version of the software, but you can still download the open source MindTouch Core from SourceForge. Operating System: Windows, Linux.
Modular, PHP-based Okatea describes itself as "a compromise between simplicity and flexibility." It boasts a modular architecture which allows users to add features for news, contact forms, etc. Operating System: OS Independent.
This ASP.NET-based CMS is modular and highly extensible, making it easy to add blogs, photos and much more. The project has several international communities, and Microsoft staffers are involved in the project. Operating System: Windows.
Calling itself "the ultimate enterprise CMS," Plone offers integration with many other enterprise tools including Salesforce and other CRM solutions, Oracle, continuous integration tools, and many Web services. Paid support and other services are available through third-party providers. Operating System: Windows, Linux, OS X
This award-winning CMS claims to be "the industry’s first integrated open-source e-commerce & product information management platform for delivering rich and compelling e-commerce (B2C/B2B) experiences across all available channels." Paid support, training and add-ons can be purchased through the site. Operating System: Linux, Unix
This solution claims to be "the most advanced SEO CMS and ecommerce website builder." It offers hub and spoke marketing technology that allows users to manage localized websites from a centralized interface. Operating System: OS Independent