Red Cloud comes with a diverse set of software to help you when you are setting up your virtual machine or website. In Red Cloud, web apps and operating systems can be installed with some simple straightforward mouse-clicks. Red Cloud does not limit you in the amount of web apps you can install.
In Red Cloud, you can select from multiple operating systems to install on your virtual machine. Below you will find an overview of all the operating systems Red Cloud offers.
- Windows Server 2012 R2 Datacenter (Gen1)
- Windows Server 2012 R2 Datacenter with NETFX3
- Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard
- Windows Server 2012 R2 Datacenter (Gen2)
- Ubuntu 14.04
- Ubuntu 14.10
- Ubuntu 14.04 G1
- Ubuntu 14.10 G1
- Ubuntu 15.04 G1
- CentOS 7
- CentOS 6
- Debian 7
- Debian 8
When creating a website you can choose from numerous web apps like WordPress, Joomla! and Better CMS. An overview of all the web apps Red Cloud offers can be found below.
WordPress is a state-of-the-art publishing platform with a focus on aesthetics, web standards, and usability.
Joomla! is an award-winning content management system (CMS), which enables you to build Web sites and powerful online applications. Joomla! is an open source solution that is freely available to everyone.
OpenCart is a turn-key ready "out of the box" shopping cart solution. You simply install, select your template, add products and you're ready to start accepting orders.
Acquia Drupal 7
Acquia Drupal 7 provides the fastest on-ramp to build dynamic and social web sites featuring both editorial and user-generated content. Includes Drupal core and popular modules.
Better CMS makes any user feel like a veteran web editor with it simple, intuitive and customizable publishing workflow. Built on ASP.Net MVC platform, natively adaptive, SEO friendly, and cloud integration ready, the power of your website and content is back in your hands.
BlogEngine.NET is a fully featured, open source blogging platform written in ASP.NET. BlogEngine.NET is easily customizable with many downloadable themes, widgets, and extensions.
dasBlog is an ASP.NET blogging application. It runs on ASP.NET 2.0 and above, dasBlog does not require a database, so it is easier to get setup and cheaper to host. All that dasBlog requires is that you grant write access to a folder so that dasBlog can save your information as XML.
Ghost is an Open Source blogging platform which is beautifully designed, easy to use, and free for everyone.
Orchard CMS is a free, open source content management system that allows users to rapidly create web sites on the Microsoft ASP.NET platform.
Concrete5 is an open source content management system that makes running a website easy.
Powerful, open source digital asset management and web gallery. Share and manage photos, video, audio, and other files over the web.
Adopted by major brands and retailers, Magelia WebStore is a powerful and extensible e-commerce software for .NET and Cloud environments such as Azure.
NuData DKAN is a secure, cloud-based, open source open data publishing platform catered specifically to the needs of federal, state and local governments. DKAN is based on Drupal and is API-compatible with the popular CKAN open data portal.
SugarCRM's award-winning and highly extensible Sugar application offers a single system of truth for managing customer interactions across different lines of business.
TYPO3 CMS is the leading Enterprise Open Source CMS with a focus on the current needs of businesses and public institutions.
EC cube is a Japanese eCommerce Application for PHP.
Since its creation in 2000, phpBB™ has become the most widely used Open Source forum solution. Like its predecessors, phpBB™ 3.0 “Olympus” has an easy to use administration panel and a user friendly installation process, which allows you to have a forum set up in minutes.
Open Web Analytics
Open Web Analytics (OWA) is open source web analytics software that you can use to track and analyze how people use your websites and applications.
MediaWiki is a free software open source wiki package written in PHP, originally for use on Wikipedia. It is now used by several other projects of the non-profit Wikimedia Foundation and by many other wikis.