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Trying to Identify Commercial Support for Apache

One of our clients has asked us to identify companies that will offer commercial and/or enterprise support for the Apache Web Server. Our initial research indicates that several obvious candidates only support Apache if it is being run on Linux. Our client wants to run it on Solaris.

The early results indicate that VA Linux Systems may have a program that meets the client's need. Another possibility is Covalent Technologies Apache1st Program.

We will provide more details if we successfully develop a short list. Hopefully, there will be more than one vendor from which to choose.

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