FreeBSD Support (Commerical)
jerrymc at clunix.cl.msu.edu
Thu Oct 6 14:48:32 PDT 2005
> On Thu, Oct 06, 2005 at 12:55:58PM -0400, Christian Kuhtz wrote:
> > Yeah, but also the most irrelevant when it comes to supply chain folk.
> Supply-chain folk? Is that a euphemism for "suits?"
Supply Chain Management is a whole field which probably most people
from the old days might have called the purchasing department.
> My employer is audited by clients on a regular basis. If you have your
> internal documentation and processes together, it doesn't seem to bother
> any of the corporate-types we run up against in the health-care industry
> that we are running a freely-available, open-source OS.
> If you require "commercial support" I'd like to think there is a
> commercial entity that can lease such an option to you. The FreeBSD
> foundation hasn't gone down that road yet, unlike some other projects.
> Maybe someday, but if you need a commercial support option that is
> co-branded with your Operating System, you could do worse than Solaris,
> or Red Hat Enterprise.
I think there are some persons out there who sell FreeBSD support
for a fee.
> > >On 10/6/05, Ansar Mohammed <ansarm at gmail.com> wrote:
> > >
> > >>I guess I am interested in finding out if there is support that is
> > >>offered
> > >>by the FreeBSD project, not from third party vendors.
> > >>
> > >
> > >FreeBSD offers non-commercial support through
> > >mailing-lists and doc-project (FAQs and Handbooks)
> > >which is probably the most comprehensive,
> > >active and effective support there is.
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