NGINX commercial release

wlanboy

Content Contributer
Don't forget to mention the "premium support":

Code:
Support hours 	                        9x5 	        24x7
Initial response time 	                8 hours 	2 hours
Workarounds 	                        24 hours 	8 hours
Hot bug fixes 	                        Not included 	Included
1-year subscription, per server 	$1,350 	        $2,700
3-year subscription, per server 	$3,645 	        $7,290
 

scv

Massive Nerd
Verified Provider
As long as they don't begin to remove core features, I see no problem with them offering a commercial release. There's always the select few that think they can throw money at a problem to solve it.
 

scv

Massive Nerd
Verified Provider
This is cheaper than Proxmox V, definitely a must buy!!111oneoneleven.
Proxmox's pricing scheme is ridiculous. Only 33 EUR/CPU/month for ... 10 support tickets per year? Don't worry, you can always buy more support tickets at 200 EUR a pop ;)
 

sv01

Slow but sure
hope they don't drop support for open source version because too lazy from their commercial product (like Codeigniter) lol
 
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Mun

Never Forget
I suddenly just had an urge to install Apache2 again. I really like that the Apache foundation has kept Apache free all these years and never pushed for anything commercial like in it. 

#Thanksapache.

Mun
 

drmike

100% Tier-1 Gogent
I. I really like that the Apache foundation has kept Apache free all these years and never pushed for anything commercial like in it. 

#Thanksapache.

Mun
I dig the open spirit and concept of projects.  Apache has done it for eons, Nginx shorter time.

Reality is even mighty Apache isn't running on imaginary unicorn credits.  Certain they have financial backers as a 501©(3) big chunk donations for major corporations.

Two biggest, Microsoft and Facebook at $100k each. Financials and such on Apache over here ---> http://www.apache.org/foundation/records/

Yep, Apache looks very lean and actually small from there.  Surprising.

Nothing wrong with Nginx offering commercial line of products so long as the open source stuff remains and continues development.

I worry about all the people everywhere coding.  Folks need to eat and the endless years of doing what you love just because borders on exploitation at times with these large projects.   
 

eva2000

Active Member
Yeah nothing wrong with an enterprise/support contract paid option .. folks don't work for free !
 
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