In Development

ASPEN - An aggregate data strucutres server

Aspen trees grow in large stands, interconnected by a shared root system that ranks as the largest known root system on the planet. Like Aspen trees, the roots of today's data processing and reporting challenges are frequently spread deeply throughout an organization. ASPEN Server is designed to collect data automatically from a number of different data feeds, consolidate, cleanse and prepare results for reporting. In short, ASPEN:

Enriches, and
Normalizes your data.

While currently in development, some components of the ASPEN Server may be available for use on your projects. Please contact us regarding the possibility of using these components to solve your business and technology challenges.

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BANYAN - Reporting mangement system

Similar to Aspen trees, Banyan trees have an impressive root system. But unlike Aspen trees, much of the Banyan tree's root system is above ground, exposed for all to see. BANYAN RMS provides the user with real-time visual access to their data in tabular and graphical formats. BANYAN RMS supports data access hierarchies, collaboration, document management, online report creation and export in standard formats.

While our development efforts are focused on the ASPEN Server product at this time, a version of BANYAN RMS that leverages pre-aggregated data stored in a standard format may be available for use on your projects. Please contact us regarding the possibility of using BANYAN RMS to solve your business and technology challenges.

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Go to the src
Below are links to open source projects that Bitwise Data, LLC currently leverages or supports because they're just so darned cool:
  • Ace is a standalone code editor written in JavaScript.
  • Apache HTTP Server is an open-source HTTP server for modern operating systems.
  • Apache Lucene is a high-performance, full-featured text search engine library.
  • d3.js is a small, free JavaScript library for manipulating documents based on data.
  • nginx [engine x] is an HTTP and reverse proxy server, as well as mail proxy server.
  • Protovis uses JavaScript and SVG for web-native visualizations.
  • Python is a programming language with powerful and free scientific computing and data visualization libraries.
  • Redis is an advanced key-value store.
  • Ubuntu is a commercially-supported Debian-derived Linux distribution that focuses on usability.

A commitment to open source

Whenever possible, Bitwise Data pledges to use, support and contribute back to leading open source projects.

The internet runs on open source software. Many of us learned the trade through use of open source software, and many of today's open source systems are among the most reliable, stable, auditable, cost-effective, flexible and supportable solutions available.

However, some client policies, requirements, or existing systems and licenses may prevent the use of open source software on some of our projects. While open source software would be preferred in many cases, we do not oppose the use of closed-source proprietary software. We simply feel that open source software is frequently the better choice.

It is Bitwise Data's policy to open source software once it has reached a mature/stable v1.0 releasable codebase. It is only then that we are able to perform a complete audit of all code, components and products used within our software. This policy ensures the full compliance of our codebases with component licensing and terms of use. This policy exists to protect potential users of our code from possible inadvertent copyright violtions arising from the use of code that has not been fully audited.

Individuals and companies who wish to collaborate with Bitwise Data and contribute to the code of the projects listed above may use our contact form to send us a message. We welcome the support!