Kayrel can provide all facets of
web design for your needs. We can help you design your site, and
then we make it sing (literally if you wish). From the simple to
the complex, we create a website to suit all your needs. Attracting
users to visit your site is very important. We can connect you with
search engines, online yellow pages and more. Once your perspective
client has found you, holding their interest is equally important.
But you also want to know what they are interested in. We can help
you use "data-mining" to collect data about your users
and their interests.
A picture is worth a thousand words. Check out some
Not only can Kayrel create a standard
website, but we also have the programming
expertise to make your website fully dynamic. We can link in data
from databases, customize
your site based on who is using it, and protect it with common or
individual passwords. We can even make your website directly profitable
by integrating E-Commerce.
The following clients utilize our backend services.
If you would like a demonstration, please . Most of these require membership to access their customized
System Support is just another
term for Unix and/or Windows administration. If you have a medium
office of 50 - 100 systems, we can keep them running right.
We can assist you in determining exactly which
system(s) are right for you, then we'll setup them up, connect networking,
printing and install all the software you need. We'll create a backup
schedule which is right for you. Later, if your system develops
problems, we'll troubleshoot and fix what's wrong.
Another facet of support is training. It doesn't
matter if you're technical and just need a few hints, or if you
consider a computer the "devil incarnate". We can help
you understand and use your systems to their greatest potential.
Kayrel can provide
all facets of Networking. If you have a single home machine and
you'd like assistance connecting it to DSL or Cable, or if you have
a dozen machines in an office and need us to setup and maintain
the LAN (Local Area Network) and its connection to the WAN (Wide
Area Network) aka the whole world. Connecting to the World's internet
is only the beginning. Just as important is keeping the viruses
and hackers out.
Kayrel has extensive experience with
the administration of various versions of Unix:
We can help you obtain
the correct systems, load them, and keep them running their best.
Many offices have a Unix system as the central server and Windows
systems on each individual's desktop. Of course we can also make
your Windows Systems hum.
We are well versed in connecting both types of systems together
and making them work efficiently. Then we'll support
them for you.
Kayrel has extensive experience
with the administration of various versions of Windows: from windows
3.1 (but nobody runs that anymore) all the way through Windows XP.
We can help you obtain the correct systems and software, load them,
and keep them running their best. We can interconnect them with
each other as well as with the internet. Many offices use a combination
of Unix systems and Windows systems. Of course we can also make
your Unix Systems hum. We are
well versed in connecting both types of systems together and making
them work efficiently. Then we'll support
them for you.
The personnel at Kayrel know literally
dozens of languages. We have decades of experience in creating software
custom suited to your needs. From small scripts in a web page to
provide dynamic response to your customers to large scale software
projects, we can give you just what you need. By combining our programming
expertise with our Client/Server,
Database and/or our Administration
expertise we can design and develop the software you need for your
Our languages include:
The whole C family including:
C Shell (Not part of the C family)
CIM is the breakthrough standard
for the exchange of management information in a platform-independent
and technology-neutral way, streamlining integration and reducing
costs by enabling end-to-end multi-vendor interoperability in management
systems. Key technology vendors and affiliated standards groups
that implement CIM enable a more integrated, cost-effective and
less crisis-driven approach to management.
Distributed Management Task Force, Inc. (DMTF),
developer of CIM, is the industry organization leading the development,
adoption, and interoperability of management standards and initiatives
for enterprise and Internet environments.
If you have a hardware or software product which
you'd like to have interface using the industry standards for product
management, or if you have a monitoring device and wish to integrate
DMTF standard data, we have the expertise to help you.
The CIM model is made up of:
Clients which present information to users.
A database of information about the devices and software under
management. This unit is called the CIMOM.
CIMOM's are generally not built for an individual
product, but are generally freely available.
Providers which collect information about
a particular device or software package and "provide"
it to the CIM database.
We can assist you in the choice of the right CIMOM
for your product. We can also write the Clients
and/or the Providers needed by your project.
A database is a collection of data
that is organized so that its contents can easily be accessed, managed,
and updated. A distributed database is one that can be dispersed
across multiple systems. Databases contain collections of data records
or files, such as sales transactions, product catalogs and inventories,
and customer profiles.
Just as Unix and Windows systems need administration
and support, so too do databases. Kayrel can provide expertise in
Oracle, Informix, MySQL, and Access. We can setup the database create
the appropriate schema,
load in the data, then provide customized access pages so you can
retrieve your data in a way which is meaningful.
In a database, a schema (pronounced
SKEE-mah) is the organization or structure for a database. The activity
of data modeling leads to a schema. (The plural form is schemata.
The term is from a Greek word for "form" or "figure."
Another word from the same source is "schematic.") The
term is used in discussing both relational databases and object-oriented
databases. The term sometimes seems to refer to a visualization
of a structure and sometimes to a formal text-oriented description.
/ Server Sytems
The client/server model
has become one of the central ideas of network computing. Most business
applications being written today use the client/server model. So
does the Internet's main program, TCP/IP. In marketing, the term
has been used to distinguish distributed computing by smaller dispersed
computers from the "monolithic" centralized computing
of mainframe computers. But this distinction has largely disappeared
as mainframes and their applications have also turned to the client/server
model and become part of network computing.
Kayrel has extensive expertise in the construction
of client / server systems. We can design, and implement your system,
and maintain it. We can also integrate your legacy systems so that
they won't require extensive re-writing.