OpenLogic and Amazon Web Services

OpenLogic to Bring Enterprise-ready, Open Source Software Packages to Amazon Web Services Customers

BROOMFIELD, CO – November 13, 2013 – OpenLogic, recently acquired by Rogue Wave Software, announced today plans to deliver enterprise-ready open source software packages with enterprise support options to Amazon Web Services (AWS) customers via the AWS Marketplace. 

“We are excited to see Rogue Wave doubling down on OpenLogic’s presence in the AWS Marketplace and launching a new set of open source software with enterprise-ready quality and support,” said Terry Hanold, Vice President, Cloud Commerce, AWS. “We expect the new selection of pre-configured stacks combining software like Apache, JBoss and MySQL on CentOS to be particularly appealing to customers in the AWS Marketplace.” 

By expanding its offerings available via the AWS Marketplace, OpenLogic will introduce more than 50 new products to its current pre-configured stacks available through AWS, including production-level support for JBoss®, Apache™ HTTP, Tomcat™, MySQL®, PostgreSQL®, ActiveMQ™, and the CentOS™ operating system. 

OpenLogic will make available enterprise support for all of the included open source products on the AWS Marketplace. Enterprise support will include both 12x5 business hour support and 24x7 production level support.  Products will be offered for use at an hourly rate.

“With this initiative, OpenLogic will bring enterprise-grade support for these open source products on the AWS Marketplace,” said Brian Pierce, CEO of Rogue Wave. “The expansion of our work with AWS is a key step in our strategic vision to help keep enterprise customers running on some of the world’s best open source packages.”

OpenLogic’s enterprise open source support options, coupled with their open source scanning, governance and provisioning portal, OLEX, allow organizations to embrace open source with confidence. OLEX provides mechanisms to find open source by scanning source and binary files. Once found, the open source packages are listed along with their license obligations and potential conflicts. OpenLogic can also perform scans for organizations using their experienced audit team, ensuring quick turnaround of information.

View the OpenLogic products and services available in the AWS Marketplace

About OpenLogic

OpenLogic is a leading provider of enterprise open source solutions for the cloud and the data center. OpenLogic helps hundreds of leading enterprises across a wide range of industries to safely acquire, support, and govern open source software. OpenLogic offers certification, commercial-grade technical support and indemnification for over 850 open source packages backed by the OpenLogic Expert Community. The OpenLogic suite of offerings also includes OLEX Enterprise Edition, a SaaS solution for open source scanning and governance.

About Rogue Wave Software

Rogue Wave provides software development tools for mission-critical applications. Our trusted solutions address the growing complexity of building great software and accelerate the value gained from code across the enterprise. Rogue Wave’s portfolio of complementary, cross-platform tools helps developers quickly build applications for strategic software initiatives. With Rogue Wave, customers improve software quality and ensure code integrity, while shortening development cycle times.

Forward-Looking Statements

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