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Secure

Originally designed for medical image analysis, input and output data (I/O) are only allowed to exist for the duration of a request and are never accessible via public URL.

Scalable

OpenBt may be deployed in either a single- or multi-instance configuration — where several OpenBt instances are able to balance a given workload.

Community Oriented

We hope OpenBt to be a successful, community-driven effort, which is why we chose to write OpenBt using Zend Framework and one of the least restrictive licenses.

OpenBt may be downloaded from Sourceforge or within a fully-configured LAMP VMware virtual machine for simple, rapid deployment.

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commandlinetools commandlineutilities linux php rest restful unix webservices zendframework

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