\”Nobody had really focused on being great at support and maintenance for enterprise server software, which is a bit odd since its a $10 Billion-plus market. I said that at the new company, the smart people would focus on doing a great job at support and maintenance, rather than building new features for software that was already commoditized\” says SourceLabs CEO Byron Sebastian in a blog post marking the Seattle company\’s new technology debut. Developed quietly since the company\’s inception, the system is now available. SourceLabs founders include former BEA alum Will Pugh, Cornelius Willis and Sebastian. Open Source\’s Bruce Perens serves as VP of Policy.
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