Argeo Resources

Having control on your data requires having control on the software you use


Argeo is a systems engineering project active since 2007, whose mission is to bring the potential of free/libre open source enterprise software to small and medium-sized organisations (SMEs, ONGs, departments within big companies or administrations).

While Argeo GmbH, a European company based in Berlin, provides commercial services around the Argeo platform and applications, and lead their development, the Argeo.org infrastructure is solely focused on development resources. The goal of these resources is to allow current and former Argeo GmbH's clients, as well as the general public, to be able to analyse, use, modify and deploy the provided software.

Quick Links

Argeo Platform

a platform to quickly develop and deploy enterprise-grade Java applications

Argeo Commons

a Java content management system integrating OSGi, JCR and Eclipse RAP/RCP

Argeo Distribution

a curated distribution of third-party OSGi bundles

Argeo SLC

additional ALM tooling to optimise the build/test/deploy system lifecycle

Argeo Maven Plugins

custom Maven plugins

Argeo Productivity

niche-focused applications improving an organisation's productivity, while providing with full control on its data.

Argeo Suite

a suite of simple but enterprise-grade productivity applications

Argeo Connect

a Java framework to develop productivity applications or extensions

Argeo QA

documentation, deployment scripts, tests around Argeo software.

Overview

The Argeo stack combines third party software and technologies in order to build either focused "tactical" applications (with a single production instance) or full-fledged products (with multiple production instances for various end customers.)

FAQ

1. Technology
1.1. Why do you use Java?
2. Trivia
2.1. Does the word 'Argeo' have a meaning?
2.2. Is it true that the previous question was your only FAQ entry during a decade?

1. Technology

1.1.

Why do you use Java?

Because it is the most appropriate programming language for software systems engineering.

2. Trivia

2.1.

Does the word 'Argeo' have a meaning?

No.

2.2.

Is it true that the previous question was your only FAQ entry during a decade?

Yes.