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Companies and Organizations
These companies and organizations use Pyramid in their operations, and may have open jobs for Pyramid developers.
Fully managed hosting of 50.000 WordPress blogs, automated with Pyramid as a frontend to Ansible.
Opensource geospatial solutions provider. Full stack: NextGIS Web/Mobile/Manager/QGIS
NiteoWeb is a nimble team of tech enthusiasts spread across the world building SaaS products with customers primarily in the US and UK.
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Truveris is a New York City-based healthcare technology startup delivering solutions that challenge the status quo in the pharmacy benefits space. All of our platforms utilize Pyramid. Whether it's a traditional template-based application or a RESTful API, it's Powered by Pyramid.
The following are free and libre open source software, demonstrating the wide variety of applications that can be Powered by Pyramid. You can view the source code and apply concepts to your own Pyramid projects, or deploy your own instance of the application.
AppEnlight provides advanced application monitoring by combining error handling, event tracking, and log aggregation. It is also highly performant. AppEnlight handles applications that serve thousands of requests per second and correlates modifications made with the changes in application performance. API docs.
Atramhasis is an online SKOS editor. This webapplication enables users to create SKOS vocabularies consisting of Concepts and Collections. It tries to stay close to the SKOS specification. This makes it suited for different types of vocabularies such as simple pick lists, authority files, flat lists and basic to relatively complex thesauri. Atramhasis is not suited for managing very large or complex thesauri such as the AAT.
A moderately-sized application (roughly 80K lines of Python code) built on top of Pyramid. It is an open source web system for collaboration, organizational intranets, and knowledge management. It provides facilities for wikis, calendars, manuals, searching, tagging, commenting, and file uploads.
We're in love with the opensource geospatial movement, and we wanted to contribute something back to it. Landsat is an amazing program — we wanted to make it accessible to anyone, regardless of their technical background.
SUMA stands for Short URL Managment App. The role of SUMA is to manage external links and extract data from them. SUMA is a small web service to easily do the following:
- Creating short URL for external link within your application
- Extracting Title
- Capturing Screenshot from URL
- Blocking URLs
- Collecting clicks
The following are websites reported as being Powered by Pyramid. Except as noted, the source code is not available to the public.
Websites based on Kotti
Kotti is a high-level, Pythonic web application framework based on Pyramid and SQLAlchemy. It includes an extensible Content Management System called the Kotti CMS.