Origo Systems ApS

The promise of the Internet was always to connect the entire planet, and promote freedom and democracy through affordable connectivity and distribution of knowledge. Putting all our data, knowledge and connectivity in the hands of a few select, global corporations, with no strings attached, flies in the face of this vision. We believe it is important with alternatives to this massive centralization. To this end we are trying to build management and orchestration tools for running and maintaining a decentralized infrastructure.

On the more practical level, our core business has always been running other people’s stuff, i.e. servers and services. This we, like everyone else, have done in server rooms. We have never really liked the situation in our server rooms, i.e. the very diverse (and some may say ugly) collection of switches, servers, storage arrays, etc. from various vendors (like HP, Dell, Cisco, Juniper, SuperMicro, etc.). Put on top of this a very diverse collection of software for various tasks such as orchestrating servers and storage, network management, backup, monitoring, etc., and we, like everyone else, have always ended up with what could best be described as a big mess. One way of understanding the side project that is our software, Stabile, is to view it as driven by one simple desire – to clean up our server rooms. While most of our industry seems to have chosen to clean up by leaving the mess to others (AWS et.al.), we chose to clean up our mess in-house. To a large extent we finally feel we have achieved this.