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Sabi (サビ)


Why is it called Sabi?

The name is at the core of the philosophy of Sabi. Wabi-sabi (侘寂) is a Japanese aesthetic term. It refers to an acceptance and appreciation of simplicity and imperfection. Sabi software is simple to use, does what it is designed for, but as you may notice, it is not sexy. This simplicity is by design. We want Sabi to be highly compatible with all systems, regardless of age. Our core beliefs in good software are: Availability, Reliability, and Ease of Use. You can't use software if it is incompatible with your computer, is inconsistent, or is too hard to learn.

What kind of software does Sabi create?

Sabi's primary initiative is trying to bring automation to any business, regardless of the size. Automation and efficiency shouldn't be limited to major corporations. Anybody can benefit from automation, allowing them to free up their time to focus on other aspects of their life and their business.

What does Sabi automate?

Sabi works with you to see what is best for your situation. It is a very custom build, but for a simple answer, nearly anything can be automated from Sabi.

Where can I get Sabi software?

Most of our software is created on a per client basis to create a unique environment specifically catered to the needs of that business. We do publish some quality of life tools on our Github!

What software is currently in development?

Right now, in development for everybody are two open-source tools. One is Jump Pad for SSH. It is a management system for remote servers using SSH and SCP. The other application is the Linux Trainer Tool. It is an educational tool, geared at teaching novice to beginner users how to use the Linux command line. Instead of reading man pages or searching the internet for tutorials, the Linux Trainer Tool walks you through each command and then has tasks for you to complete to move forward in the system.