SlapOS is a decentralized Cloud Computing technology that can automate the deployment and configuration of applications in a heterogeneous environment.

SlapOS supports IaaS, PaaS and SaaS applications. SlapOS handles the provisioning of application instances with accounting and billing modules.

SlapOS also provides a portal and interface to handle customer registration, support request, invoicing and payment actions.

If you run more than 20 instances of the same application or operate more than 10 servers, SlapOS is for you.

It helps you to turn any software application into a solid SaaS in less than a week.

Entrepreneurs and software publishers can quickly create proprietary SaaS solutions for vertical markets or for domain specific applications.

Latest Documents

19-04 2018

How To Set Server Access Permissions

Document showing how to set access permissions on a computer in a network.
18-04 2018

SlapOS HowTo Register and Create User Account

Document showing how to register and create a user account on a SlapOS Master.
18-04 2018

SlapOS Design Document - Understanding Buildout in SlapOS

A design document introducting Buildout and on how it is used in SlapOS.
13-04 2018

How To Classify Servers In A Network

Document showing how to create networks groups and associate servers to a group
11-04 2018

How To Add Re6st IPv6 to a SlapOS Node

Document showing how to add Re6st IPv6 to a computer in case it is not supported.

Latest Discussions

14-02 2018

Contrinutors by Unknown User

  You build the contribution list from Git: See: and About history, the "Design documents" at gives you the idea the principles and ideas that SlapOS was based on. Isn't it enough? Regards, Rafael Monnerat
31-01 2018

2 by Unknown User

 "On VIFIB", you open a ticket to speak to VIFIB support. This forum is for the developers discuss development of provided, new softwares, bugs related to development of Software Releases.... VIFIB has a support team to respond to problems on VIFIB insfrastructure (which is not related to community). Regards, Rafael Monnerat
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