As is known, Google does not provide a full auto-update chain for the Chromium source tree. However, the protocol for the silent update of the browser was developed by them and called Omaha. The client, that is responsible for auto-update, is also available, but the server implementation does not exist. We developed our own implementation of the update server that supports (and is 100% compatible) with both Omaha and Sparkle protocols for some of our customers. Generally, Omaha protocol could be used with any software for seamless and painless integration of an update process. Furthermore, it allows tracking the userbase, conducting A/B testing and gathering crash reports. Our open-source server implementation is customizable and includes an admin panel for easy builds management.