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From Christian Schneider <ch...@die-schneider.net>
Subject Re: Commercial support options for CXF
Date Sat, 05 Jun 2010 06:08:34 GMT
Hi Dan,

do you think it would make sense to create a wiki page with commercial 
support options? I know that the availability of support is an important 
factor when
bigger companies decide for an open source product.

Greetings

Christian


Am 05.06.2010 02:45, schrieb Daniel Kulp:
> Now that I'm working for Sopera, Sopera is definitely investigating various
> options for providing commercial support for CXF.   It's not finalized yet and
> I don't really know any of the gritty details, but it might be worth
> contacting Sopera  to discuss your needs and requirements.  Unfortunately,
> since I'm new there, I don't know anyone in the sales/support areas yet so I
> don't know who to point you to.   I've sent off a quick inquiry, but since
> they are mostly Germany based, I don't expect anything back tonight, and
> likely not till Monday.   In anycase, once I get some contact details, I'll
> let you know.
>
> As others mentioned, Progress/FUSE is the major one.   Beyond that, JBoss and
> Mule both use CXF extensively within their ESB/App servers.   JBoss in
> particular has several committers to CXF.  I don't know if any of them would
> support straight up CXF or only CXF within their servers.  You'd have to ask.
>
> Dan
>
>
>
> On Thursday 03 June 2010 1:28:39 pm Brandon Richins wrote:
>    
>> What vendors offer commercial support for CXF and/or are commercial backers
>> of CXF.  I know some Apache projects include employers on the contributor
>> pages, but I didn't find any indication.  I know Progress/Fuse offers
>> support.  What other vendors offer CXF support?  What about Sopera?
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> Brandon
>>      
>    

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