OpenLogic Exchange (OLEX) provides free, on-demand access to OpenLogic's library of more than 330,000 open source packages. Over 500 of these open source packages have been certified by OpenLogic for use in the enteprise, and this subset of open source packages comprises the OpenLogic Certified Library.
The OpenLogic Certified Library provides a trusted source for enterprises to acquire open source software. Every open source package included in the Certified Library is certified, supported, indemnified, and maintained by OpenLogic.
OpenLogic's 42-point certification process helps enterprises safely and securely use open source software by ensuring that each package in the Certified Library meets a rigorous set of enterprise criteria. Our certification process ensures that every open source package in the Certified Library is truly enterprise-ready by verifying that it:
OpenLogic provides commercial-grade support for open source packages in the Certified Library. Our internal support engineers are backed by open source committers and contributors from the OpenLogic Expert Community as well as open source vendor partners, providing you with expert resources to resolve any issue. Whether you have questions regarding the use of an open source package, need help troubleshooting, or discovered a bug, we have the expertise necessary to help.
OpenLogic helps enterprises guard against potential intellectual property risks that can come with open source software usage by providing indemnification coverage for the open source software in the Certified Library. OpenLogic's indemnification coverage gives enterprises financial protection should a third party file an intellectual property infringement claim based on the use of open source software downloaded from the Certified Library.
OpenLogic continually updates the Certified Library with new packages, versions, and security patches, and these updates are available through OpenLogic Exchange (OLEX). Subscribers to OLEX Enterprise Edition also receive notification of these updates via OpenUpdate email alerts.