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If Microsoft sued Canonical, could it withstand the pressure?
When it comes to patents, its not just about proving someone wrong.
The support team will help clients with installation and various aspects of system administration.Red Hat on the other hand, has a massive port folio themselves kolla vem som äger bilen gratis and agreements with other corporations to share pool patents.Knowledge (access to information).Of course, add Canonicals training packages on top of all this and you have a pretty complete, and compelling package.Red Hat is the king of commercial Linux support, no doubt about.Insurance wont cut it long term, especially after the first few cases and premiums go through the roof.
Aimed primarily at business (although available to all it offers complete support solutions for a range of areas.
Of course, this does leave one other option on the table for Canonical.
Take note Red Hat, theres a new player in town.Advantage is available in three levels for servers (Essential, Standard and Advanced) and two levels for desktops (Standard and Advanced with the differentiating factor being the level of support on offer.Certainly Ubuntu ships with vfat support.Cloud and premium service engineer support are available on top of these.Canonical has entered the market and with some refined support products could present a very compelling alternative.If were talking servers, then the Essential package (for US320 per server, per annum) comes with Landscape, Assurance, Knowledge and basic Support, but the Standard (at US700 per server, per annum) also includes support for Windows integration and virtualization.Settle and pay for patent protection.Hmm, thats curious, isnt it?Then in 2009 Canonical launched desktop support.Wink wink, nudge nudge.This is not just about Canonical protecting itself, they are offering compensation to their clients should they face litigation!Canonical might not be deliberately setting out to challenge Red Hat with their new support offerings, but they are now competing in the same space.Microsoft has already approached Canonical pressuring them to sign up to a patent deal, but they turned it down.