FreeBSD Support

Flexible, Expert FreeBSD Support

At the intersection of community and enterprise and with hundreds of FreeBSD projects and resolved issues, we have an excellent track record for helping our customers.

Why Subscribe?

Our FreeBSD support solution offering reduces downtime and the risk of incidents in your infrastructure and boosts confidence by ensuring a direct line to our technical specialists for a quick resolution and restoration of your critical environments. 

The Klara FreeBSD Support team partners with you to resolve potential problems before they occur, ensures proactive measures to minimize disruption and freeing your teams to focus on growth, design and development and key business challenges. A team of seasoned professionals, our FreeBSD Support engineers are driven to provide you with the right answer

What’s Included?

  • Design and implementation validation
  • Planning new feature deployment
  • Best practices support and advisory
  • Access to our engineers during business hours
  • Emergency FreeBSD support
  • FreeBSD development advice
  • Upstream and upgrade support

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About FreeBSD

FreeBSD is a Unix-like operating system, descended from the Berkeley Software Distribution or BSD, the version of UNIX® that was developed at the University of California, Berkeley. The first version of this free and open-source operating system was released in 1993, and has become more and more popular over time.

Before we delve into the importance of FreeBSD support, and its value, let’s talk about where it’s currently running. FreeBSD targets a variety of platforms: from servers to workstations, firewalls and embedded systems. It is known to provide excellent performance, networking and security, and compatibility features that even the best well-known operating systems cannot provide out-of-the-box. Although similar to Linux, FreeBSD comes with two important differences: its source code usually comes with a permissive BSD license and it maintains a complete system. This means that, unlike Linux, which can only deliver a kernel and drivers, FreeBSD delivers a kernel, drivers, userland utilities as one integral system.

A big part of the FreeBSD’s codebase has been used as an integral part for other operating systems, such as Darwin (which is the basis for iOS, macOS, iPadOS), FreeNAS (which is an open-source NAS/SAN OS) and its counterpart TrueNAS and base software for game consoles like Sony’s PlayStation starting with its 3rd generation.

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