[Stockholm 2009-09-02]
Improved OneCMDB available

OneCMDB Version 2.0.1 is now available for download.

Around twenty bugs that was reported in version 2.0.0 is fixed in version 2.0.1. It is now for example possible to delete attributes. There is also a new way to enter values for complex attributes; instances are selected from a grid where also adding new instances are supported.

The new release has improved MDR (Management Data Repository) performance, i.e. it imports and stores external data faster. A function that locks the OneDMDB Desktop after a pre-defined time limit is introduced. The Desktop is unlocked by entering the user´s password. The integration with Nagios is also improved.

The new version can be downloaded from here:

[Stockholm 2009-02-06]
OneCMDB Version 2 is available

Version 2.0 of OneCMDB is now available for download. It is released as beta version and we aim to proceed with a production version in the very near future. The goal with the development of this version has been to improve the back-end CMDB engine in several areas and to design a new Graphical User Interface that is easy to use and customize and also suitable for a multi-user environment. We think we have achieved all this, and a lot more!
Some of the new features:

  • Multi-user support
  • New graphical user interface, the OneCMDB Desktop
  • Role Based Access Control (RBAC)
  • Improved presentation of CMDB content, including dynamic graphs
  • Custom view and report generator
  • Powerful management of external datasources like SQL databases, CSV files, etc.
  • Improved network discovery feature
  • Integration with NAGIOS Network Monitoring System

A product description is available here.

Software and documentation can be found here.

[Stockholm 2007-10-27]
New OneCMDB version released

Lokomo Systems has today released a new OneCMDB package, version 1.4.0 (beta). The new software release contains an improved OneCMDB engine and several brand new OneCMDB applications covering areas like Incident, Problem and Asset Management.

The applications are small and minimalistic and the idea is that they shall serve as examples of what can be achieved with OneCMDB. As you will see, it is not a fullblown user application suite... The applications interact with the OneCMDB engine through the OneCMDB Web Services interface and they are based on a new GUI framework, which is now included in the OneCMDB distribution.

The Incident and Problem Management applications provide a very basic way to register and manage incidents and problems. The asset management application simply presents Configuration Items and all related data in a table. It can also present each Configuration Item´s references and dependencies to other CI:s.

A new Model Designer tool built with the new GUI is also included in this OneCMDB release. This distribution also includes an enhanced default CMDB model that includes support for the Incident and Problem applications as well as more types of references between CI:s.

The new software is currently released as a beta-version and we like to encourage you to give us feedback for the continued development of OneCMDB!

[Stockholm 2006-10-16]
Two OneCMDB Example Applications released

Lokomo Systems has released two Example Applications, Inventory and Availability, which are integrated with OneCMDB, an Open Source Configuration Management Database. The Inventory Example Application is a small application, which lists Servers and selected related information. The Availability Example Application measures server uptime and calculates Server Availability in percent. Both Example Applications can be tested and demonstrated online on the website. The purpose of the Example Applications is to give users and developers an idea of how different kind of applications can be realized using OneCMDB.

[Stockholm 2006-09-06]
Lokomo Systems launches Open Source CMDB

Lokomo Systems today launced an Open Source Initiative, Lokomo OneCMDBä. OneCMDB is Configuration Management Database, initially aimed at small and medium sized businesses. Lokomo OneCMDB is believed to be the first Configuration Management Database software released as Open Source.

The product can be used either as a stand-alone CMDB to keep track of software and hardware assets and their relations. Thanks to its open API:s it is also a powerful Configuration Management engine for other Service Management software. OneCMDB is easy to install and populate with data. A user-specified (XML-based) datamodel defines how Configuration Items are structured in the database. The datamodel can be changed and expanded without programming.

Learn more about Lokomo OneCMDB on its website


[Stockholm 2006-02-12]
New release of Lokomo Servicenterä

Lokomo Systems today released a new version of Lokomo Lokomo Servicenter, a software suite for IT Service Management.

The software suite delivers time and cost savings in excess of 80% and can dramatically increase quality in IT operations. The new version includes improved support for processes and terminology as defined by ITIL, the Information Technology Infrastructure Library. It also has an improved Graphical User Interface and enhanced decision support tools. Read more about Lokomo Servicenter here.


[Stockholm 2004-04-01]
Launch of Lokomo Servicenterä

Lokomo Systems today announces the launch of a new product suite: Lokomo Servicenter. Lokomo Servicenter is a unique software suite for Service Management. It is a productivity tool for IT departments and data centers that enables dramatic time and costs savings.

Lokomo Servicenter is based on Lokomo Systems’ long experience from service management in large organizations and in mission-critical environments. The software suite delivers time and cost savings in excess of 80% and can dramatically increase quality. The system is aligned with processes and terminology defined by ITIL, the Information Technology Infrastructure Library. Customers that have defined its business processes according to ITIL can implement Lokomo’s Servicenter very fast.

More information about Lokomo Servicenter is found here.


Stockholm 2004-03-20]
Lokomo Systems provides mobile streaming for TeliaSonera 3G service

As TeliaSonera started its 3G network in March they also launched its first 3G streaming services. The new streaming services are based on Lokomo Systems Service Management system, which provides a scalable, redundant and highly flexible base for various types of streaming applications. With Lokomo’s solution, TeliaSonera can efficiently deploy and operate a variety of streaming services. TeliaSonera's customers can now easily view major sport events, watch news and see music videos from their 3G phones.


[Stockholm 2003-12-01]
Lokomo Systems provides web-hosting and streaming solution to TeliaSonera’s fixed network

Based on the Lokomo CDS solution, Lokomo Systems and Fujitsu-Siemens Computers has provided a complete web-hosting and streaming solution for TeliaSonera’s fixed network. By using Lokomo Systems solution, TeliaSonera can provide richer services, with flexibility and high security. The Lokomo solution provides a highly scalable and redundant platform, which makes it easy to test, deploy and operate consumer and business services.


[Stockholm 2003-09-01]
Lokomo launches CDS version 3.0 - even better performances.

Lokomo CDS has reached version 3.0. This version introduces a more modular architecture, an enhanced communication module and improved APIs. The result is major performance improvements. File transfer performance now exceed that of rsync.

Other features are: LDAP support, account database, WAN support via the introduction of gateways and synchronization tools.


[Stockholm 2002-09-04]
Fujitsu-Siemens wins major contract 
with Lokomo CDS

Fujitsu-Siemens Computers has signed a contract worth several hundred million SEK with Skanova Networks. 
The contract covers the infrastructures
for Skanova's ServerNet, which is the telecom 
giant's new platform for broadband services. 

Fujitsu-Siemens offer includes Lokomo Systems CDS software suite as well as products from F5 Networks, Extreme Networks and EMC.

For a complete press release, see


[Stockholm 2002-08-22]
Lokomo Entry CDS launched

An entry version of Lokomo Systems' advanced system for managing and automating broadband services has been launched.

The Lokomo Entry CDS is a downscaled version of the complete system. It is intended for service providers, operators and enterprises that like to kick off broadband services in a smaller scale. As demand grows the system can be built out, or upgraded to the complete Lokomo CDS.

The Lokomo Entry CDS automates service deployment and makes service provisioning more cost effective. It can manage service like streaming, games and web hosting.


[Stockholm 2002-08-17]
Version 2.1 of the Lokomo software released

The latest release features an advanced system for deploying and managing content-based services. Lokomo CDS can manage a variety of service types, such as web hosting, video-on-demand, games-on-demand etc. The system is modular and new services can be introduced whenever needed. A service is deployed through a graphical user interface and can be done in a few minutes. During operation all service provisioning is managed from a single point using a graphical management interface.

Version 2.1 has improved scalability and can distribute service provisioning to thousands of edge servers in order to serve huge number of users in different locations and on different broadband islands. It also features improved support for load balancing and resilient solutions can thereby be created.


[Stockholm 2002-06-15]
Version 2.0 available - vastly improved performance

The Lokomo CDS Version 2.0 is now available. It features a number of new functions for managing broadband services effectively. The new release is aimed at making service deployment faster and service provisioning more cost effective.

It features improved support for fault tolerant solutions and it encompasses enhanced distribution capabilities. This means that an operator or service provider can be sure that the system scales as more demanding services are deployed or the number of users increase. An enhanced graphical user interface enables more effective system operation.


[Stockholm 2002-01-18]
Atello and Lokomo in co-operation

Atello and Lokomo Systems have initiated a co-operation aimed at delivering solutions for broadband operators. The companies shall combine Atello's professional services and systems integration resources with Lokomo Systems extensive Content Distribution Software Suite. The goal is to help broadband operators to decrease their cost to operate internet services and to decrease their time-to-market for new services.


[Stockholm 2001-12-02]
Skanova and Lokomo presents success story 
at CDN Fall 2001

Skanova Networks, Sweden's largest broadband operator and Lokomo Systems will present a case study at the CDN Fall 2001 event at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose on December 4th to 6th. CDN Fall 2001 is the year's largest event in the Content Distribution industry.

The case study is titled "Telia's Active Edge Services Platform" and is presented by Thomas Högenes, managing director of Lokomo Systems on the 4th of December at 2.15pm. The case study describes the implementation of the advanced Lokomo CDS software in the Skanova network. The Skanova network is a nationwide (Sweden) broadband network with more than 200.000 users. The Lokomo CDS enables Skanova to deploy new server based application services fast and to provision services more cost effective.


[Stockholm 2001-11-19]
Micah Beck moderates industry panel discussion

Micah Beck, co-founder of Lokomo Systems and Research Associate Professor of Computer Science at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, moderates a panel discussion at CDN Fall 2001 in San Jose, California. The topic of the panel discussion is "Active Edge Service Frameworks". Panelists are Hilarie Orman, Volera, Inc.; Patrik Johansson, Lokomo Systems; Rama Menon, Intel Corp. and Mark Nottingham, Akamai Technologies, Inc.

For details, see the CDN Fall 2001 programme on



[Stockholm 2001-09-19]
Micah Beck on the air!

Micah Beck is Lokomo Systems' Chief Scientist and a Research Associate Professor of Computer Science at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Micah is interviewed as a guest expert in a TechTalk Internet webcast on Thursday, September 20, 2001, 4 pm EDT, corresponding to 22.00 Swedish time. The title of the TechTalk is "Content Delivery Networks (CDNs): How They Work and How They're Used".

TechTalk is a bimonthly live Internet webcast event on topics relevant to networking and information technology. TechTalk is organised by CREN, Corporation for Research and Educational Networking and the interview is conducted by the Executive Director of CREN, Mrs Judith Boettcher and Mr Howard Strauss, Manager of Academic Applications at Princeton University.

For more information about this event, check out CREN's web site at

To join the webcast, just go to this URL, and then select the highlighted "Live Event" link. That link becomes active at 4:00 pm Eastern time on September 20. At your desktop workstation, listen to the live webcast using RealAudio.


[Stockholm 2001-04-20]
Presentation at W3C's international conference

A White Paper describing the foundation of Lokomo Systems' technology will be presented by Professor Micah Beck at the tenth International World Wide Web Conference ( on May 1-5 in Hong Kong. The conference is arranged by the World Wide Web Consortium's (W3C), which also selected the White Paper for presentation.

The paper is titled "Enabling full service surrogates using the Portable Channel Representation". Micah Beck, Terry Moore, Leif Abrahamsson, Christophe Achouiantz and Patrik Johansson, all founders of Lokomo Systems, has written it.

The White Paper can be viewed at


[Stockholm 2001-02-26]
Launch of new website

Lokomo today announces the launch of its new and improved website. 

We will continuously add new features and update the site with news about products, releaseses etc.


[Stockholm 2000-07-09]
Lokomo Systems receives funding

Telia Business Innovation AB (TBI) and Lokomo Systems AB today announced that TBI will invest in Lokomo and become a shareholder in the company. Lokomo Systems is a newly started Sweish software company which technology originates from research within the US university co-operation Internet2. Lokomo is developing a unique product suite for content distribution over the Internet. The software enables content providers to distribute their web services across the Internet with maintained access control and predictable performance. TBI is providing funding to enable continued growth and will also contribute with valuable market input and industry experience. TBI is the venture capital organisation within Telia AB.

For more information contact:

Kjell-Håkan Närfelt
Investment Manager
Telia Business Innovation
+46 (0) 70 528 5470 
Thomas Högenes
Managing Director
Lokomo Systems AB
+46 (0) 70 671 0378

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