Restricting grid contents and grid access is a topic mostly interesting for professional OpenSim users, like for corporate or e-learning virtual world solutions. Until now, such grids or standalone regions most often were completely closed worlds, to protect the contents and to avoid unwanted visitors from outside.
Why should I become a reseller?
Are you a virtual world solution provider, who wants to offer OpenSim based solutions to your customers? Do you want to focus on your core business and not spend much of your valuable time running and maintaining OpenSim yourself? Do you want to base your offer on our proved, high quality OpenSim hosting services?
What is Moodle?
Moodle is an e-learning software platform, also known as a Course Management System, Learning Management System, or Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). It helps educators to create online courses with a focus on interaction and collaborative construction of content, and is in continual evolution.
Why a private OpenSim grid?
A private OpenSim grid allows you to give your educational institution or company it's own virtual world home. You have full control of your own virtual world. You can define all rules for your world and it's users. Your OpenSim grid can use it's own domain name and grid web site (have to be bought separately).
Why an OpenSim standalone region?
OpenSim standalone regions are independent tiny virtual worlds ("mini grids") running on a single OpenSim process. Up to 4 regions can be installed, although for optimum stability it is recommended, to just run one region on a single OpenSim process.