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SourceLabs Brings Self-Support to Eclipse Open Source Development Community

SEATTLE, May 29 /PRNewswire/ -- SourceLabs, the company innovating open source software support, today announced that its Self-Support Suite now supports the open source Eclipse development environment. SourceLabs' Self-Support technology dramatically reduces the complexity of enterprise Linux and Java application development and maintenance, giving developers, corporate IT professionals, and solution providers an on-demand way to support web applications using the Eclipse Foundation's open source development framework.

SEATTLE, May 29 /PRNewswire/ — SourceLabs, the company innovating open source software support, today announced that its Self-Support Suite now supports the open source Eclipse development environment. SourceLabs' Self-Support technology dramatically reduces the complexity of enterprise Linux and Java application development and maintenance, giving developers, corporate IT professionals, and solution providers an on-demand way to support web applications using the Eclipse Foundation's open source development framework.

SourceLabs Self-Support Tools quickly customize to the Eclipse environment, taking into account any dependencies. Discovery technologies identify issues and rank the quality of field-tested solutions, resolving problems in just minutes. SourceLabs' information repository has over 17 million unique Linux and open source Java objects.

"Enterprises are facing real complexity and cost of ownership issues as they adopt open source software," said Byron Sebastian, CEO and Founder of SourceLabs. "Our Self-Support provides direct access to open source expertise and helps preserve the cost savings by giving users a way to automatically identify and eliminate issues. Developers are using open source frameworks such as Eclipse to simplify writing enterprise applications. Now the support is simplified as well."

Eclipse extends the already wide array of Java and Linux technologies already included in SourceLabs' Self-Support Suite that includes the Spring Framework, Hibernate, Apache Struts, Apache Tomcat, and Apache Axis. SourceLabs Self-Support technology is a significant breakthrough in discovery, navigation and ranking the most current information of open source software. Indexing, managing, and storing the data, SourceLabs uses advanced pattern matching and predictive analysis algorithm to automate troubleshooting, reduce routine tasks from days to minutes, and uses analysis to flag potential problems before they can impact systems or designs.

The Eclipse platform is supported by the open source community and comprised of software projects that are focused on providing an extensible development platform and application frameworks for building software. Eclipse provides extensible tools and frameworks that span the software development lifecycle, including support for modeling, language development environments for Java, C/C++ and others, testing and performance, business intelligence, rich client applications and embedded development.

Pricing and Availability

SourceLabs' Self-Support Tools are available as a download on SourceLabs' website, http://www.sourcelabs.com. Basic support includes 24×7 global coverage and is available from $399 for one developer seat. For more information and enterprise pricing, call 206.322.0099 or email sales@sourcelabs.com.

To download a free evaluation copy of SourceLabs' Self Support tools, visit http://www.sourcelabs.com/?page=testdrive. A demo of the product is available here: http://www.sourcelabs.com/?page=demo.

About SourceLabs

SourceLabs is innovating open source software support. The Seattle-based company provides a complete set of software integration, testing, support and maintenance solutions The company's dependable Open Source Systems vision proposes a new model for the software industry, one that frees software buyers from proprietary lock-in while delivering highly reliable software and support. For more information, please go to http://www.sourcelabs.com. The company runs the open source Swik project that catalogs over 10,000 open source projects for an audience of over 1 million unique visitors per month.

SourceLabs is a trademark of SourceLabs Inc. All other trademarks and trade names are the property of their respective owners.

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