Suffice it to say: we’re one of the first ones to modularise and open up the APIs of JEE…
As usual, we will be closed a few weeks during the Summer holidays 2014. This means that we will only offer production support (no other services) during the following weeks:
- July 7-14 (inclusive)
- August 18-29 (inclusive)
Thanks for your understanding!
We want to ask for your help and/or feedback on the following matter…
We’re a small company with no VC money to burn so we need a sustainable customer base and dito commercial offerings.
During the last year or so, we’ve been trying to transform towards a mainstream customer base (as opposed to fewer, bigger but select customers). For this, we needed a more modest and flexible pricing scheme as well as some more individualised service offerings. The numerous prospects we’ve talked to have driven us towards the following formula.
So here is the question: what feedback are you willing to share with us? Is there anything important we’ve missed that could convince your company to purchase from us (and thereby make our continued open source offerings possible)?
If you have anything you want to share, please feel free to comment on this post… [UPDATE: if you have no login then feel free to email us at info at atomikos dot com]
Co-founder and CTO
We’ve just released 3.9.6 for support customers - see the release notes.
Today is a big day for us: we’ve published our new pricing model. It’s simple, clear, and most of all cloud-ready because there is hardly any counting of CPUs or cores. Since nobody can know these things in a cloud, it’s no use trying to count anyway.
Of course this didn’t just fall out of the sky: we’ve spent most of the previous year talking to prospects and customers to find out what works for them and what doesn’t. The result, we think, is worth blogging about. We can’t wait to learn what you think…
PS thanks to all those customers and prospects who have given us useful feedback to make this possible!!!
We’ve just published release 3.9.3 for community download - see the release notes for details.
This news comes at a great time since we are about to release a milestone build of our 4.0 release of ExtremeTransactions that includes support for precisely this API. Thank you Cesare Pautasso for co-authoring this work, and thanks to all the reviewers for the very useful comments that helped us improve the design even more!
Watch this blog for more updates soon…
As of 3.9 on, you can configure our website as a maven repository for transparent access to support releases.
See this page for details on how to do this.