[rabbitmq-discuss] RabbitMQ acquired by SpringSource

Alexis Richardson alexis.richardson at gmail.com
Tue Apr 13 14:40:01 BST 2010


On Tue, Apr 13, 2010 at 1:41 PM, Gustavo Aquino
<aquino.gustavo at gmail.com> wrote:
> Congratulations It's sounds a good deal.

Thank-you - I think it's a great development.

> I wish that this very good mail list
> and community support continue.

That is one of our top priorities.  This list is a foundation stone
for the success of RabbitMQ and is critical to its future.  We love
the RabbitMQ community and the discussions that happen here.

> Do you have any news about rabbit payed support ? SpringSource and RabbitMQ
> have a plan about how it will work from now ?

We shall continue to provide RabbitMQ commercial support per our
existing offerings.  Look out for more as we work with the
SpringSource teams!

> Best Wishes for all Rabitters. :D

Thank-you.  And don't forget Rabbiters includes everyone here on this
list: thank-you all very much and we are excited about working with
you all more.

Best wishes


> On Tue, Apr 13, 2010 at 9:33 AM, Matthias Radestock <matthias at rabbitmq.com>
> wrote:
>> Rabbit Technologies Ltd. (RTL), the company behind RabbitMQ, has been
>> acquired by SpringSource, a division of VMware, Inc.
>> RTL was founded in February 2007 and is a spin out from LShift Ltd., the
>> UK software consultancy, and Cohesive FT, the US virtualization and
>> cloud computing company.
>> The Rabbit Team are very excited about the deal. “RabbitMQ is an
>> extremely successful technology and forms the backbone for many varied
>> cloud messaging systems,” said Alexis Richardson, chief executive
>> officer and co-founder, Rabbit Technologies, Ltd. “By providing a
>> multi-protocol, completely open, portable messaging system, our
>> technology can be a key enabler of tomorrow’s applications. By joining
>> with enterprise leaders, SpringSource and VMware, RabbitMQ expects to
>> continue to be at the forefront of the movement toward cloud computing.
>> Users and customers will benefit from an organization offering deep and
>> immediate experience with the challenges of managing highly available
>> and stable operations.”
>> RabbitMQ will continue to be open source and distributed in the same way
>> as before. The RabbitMQ community can expect to see increased investment
>> in this outstanding technology which should result in significant
>> improvements to the open source release.
>> RabbitMQ customers will see an increase in availability of training,
>> professional services and support offerings as the RabbitMQ business is
>> integrated with SpringSource.
>> For more details see
>> http://www.springsource.com/springsource-acquires-rabbit-technologies
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