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With the release of Redis 2.8, Pivotal starts offering support for Redis

Redis 2.8 was finally released on Nov. 22nd. And with this release, Pivotal starts offering support:

As of today, Pivotal will be offering 2 types of services for companies that have grown to depend on Redis and would like commercial support.

  • Developer Support. Priced per developer, this support is designed to support developers as they build out and support their own systems. Support is available for 12 hours a day, 5 days a week and is valid for one year.
  • Production Support. Priced per CPU, this support is the type of round-the-clock support that is needed for customer facing apps companies use to run their business.

Original title and link: With the release of Redis 2.8, Pivotal starts offering support for Redis (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)