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CNM Lab (previously known as CNM Labs; hereinafter, the Lab) is (a) the CNM named app that allows for secure storage, versioning, and development of digital assets such as images, videos, documents, and software products, (b) the instance of CNM Labware that is installed on CNM EndUser Farm, and (c) the combination of private project management system, document collaboration system, version control system, and software repository that the CNM Cyber Team delivers as a CNM Cyber service.


The Lab are designed to accommodate several purposes:

Category Corporate services (CNM Cloud) Personal services (CNM patrons' uses)
Digital asset development The primary purpose of the Lab is to accommodate the private development of CNM Cloud, which is the technology behind CNM Cyber. This technology is divided in several parts and development of each part occurs under a separate contract. The contracts are commonly awarded to external vendors. The Lab grants each part a separate "space". When its development contract is awarded, its vendor gets access to this "space", which includes tasks, reports, documents, and file hosting. The CNM patrons may possibly use the Lab in order to develop their own assets, but this function needs to be better defined.
Digital asset depository All source codes, images, video files

Target audiences

User permissions

With regard to Opplet roles:
  • Any NetAnyone shall be able to engage with the Services while accessing the engagement page.
  • Any CertUser shall be able to work on those projects that they are authorized to access using one's personal interface.


The Lab is powered by CNM Labware, which is software created by the Friends Of CNM with the exception of the currently-outsourced facility to store containers and source codes.


Category Projects Core IP address
Farms Cloud Next Ubuntu
HandsOn Farm Ubuntu TBD
Applications CertNext Moodle
LabNext Redmine, SVN
LinkupNext SuiteCRM
MailNext Roundcube
PageNext WordPress
VentureNext Odoo
VideoNext YouPHPTube
WikiNext Mediawiki

See also

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