Saturday, September 1, 2012

Steampipe, and asset management framework, is in Beta

I just found that the guys behind OpenPipeline are working on a new software called SteamPipe (Copied from their website):
"An asset management framework with a centralized server, and a web interface.
The framework allows organizations to easily define workflows and build in automation to standardize and minimize investment, and asset types are declared as plug-ins, so customizing, extending, and creating new assets or building on existing assets is possible.

SteamPipe will be available as a custom installation during Beta, contact them for more information."

http://kickstand.tv/tools/steampipe/

1 comment:

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