http://blogs.computerworld.com/16261/ca ... rt_options
Interessante lettura, rivolta a tutti coloro i quali affermano, e lo hanno sempre fatto, che Ubuntu è una distro più pura ed umana, perchè a loro non interessa affatto il denaro, non interessa il business, e la danno a tutti gratis...
Adesso, potete tornare pure, con i piedi per terra!As you can tell from that list, we're talking high-end, enterprise-level support here. Surprisingly, for what you get, it's not that expensive. The minimum Ubuntu Advantage server price, which includes the legal support option, starts at $320/year per server. The whole package starts at $1,200, but if you want a dedicated engineer to call your own or support for a private Ubuntu cloud, you'll need to talk to Canonical about the final pricing.
There are two Ubuntu Advantage desktop support options. The first, which is for ordinary users, will run you $105 per desktop. The other option, which is for developers, costs $165.
In a statement, Neil Levine, vice president of Corporate Services at Canonical, said, "It has become clear as the use of Ubuntu in the enterprise increases, that businesses are now using Ubuntu in more areas of business than before, including as a cloud platform. Ubuntu Advantage provides the set of services that companies need to make Ubuntu a core part of their IT strategy. Flexible pricing and a choice of service levels means any business can realize what our customers already experience - that to optimize your Ubuntu deployment, engaging with the appropriate Canonical service is the easiest and fastest route to success."