Asterisk Support Options
For organizations deploying Asterisk, Digium provides peace of mind through a range of support offerings. These support offerings are available whether the customer is using open source or commercially-licensed Asterisk versions. Digium's support services are suitable for OEM, enterprise, large and small businesses. Developers and administrators can rely on the expertise of Digium, the company that created Asterisk, for solutions to their problems.
Digium's support services for Asterisk are provided in five separate offerings for "Core" components of current versions of open source Asterisk. For more information about Core components of Asterisk, please see the Asterisk Module Support States wiki page. Support Levels 1 & 2 are suitable for deployments of a single server. Levels 3 & 4 are suitable for customers that have deployed a number of servers running Asterisk. Support Service Levels 1 through 4 are incident-based and are provided as best-effort, without Engineering support, for customers that require assistance with installation, configuration and systems operation issues.
Support Level 5, suitable for OEMs and enterprises, is reserved for companies that require a Service Level Agreement (SLA) and Engineering support. SLAs are negotiated based on the particular needs of the customer, and include guaranteed response and resolution times. Customers who want to engage Digium for Level 5 SLA support must utilize the open source "Certified Asterisk" branch of Asterisk. For more information about the Certified branch of Asterisk, please see the Certified Asterisk page.
For more information about Support Levels 1-4, please visit Digium's Support Entitlements Chart or download the Asterisk Support Agreement. For more information about Digium's Level 5 support offering with guaranteed Service Level Agreement and Engineering support, please contact the Digim Sales department.
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Q: Is there a comparison available between Digium's various Support offerings?
A: Yes. A Support Offerings chart is available.