While Foreman is free and open source, and the Foreman community does everything it can to support users, sometimes users cannot get to where they want to be without professional help. Foreman is a complex tool. To get started, you require a certain level of Linux sysadmin knowledge.
While you might know that Foreman is the tool for you, you might not have the necessary skills or the time to to install and configure it on your own.
For many years, there have been a number of companies and consultants providing professional services to clients who want to set up, deploy, maintain, and extend Foreman. There are also companies that productize Foreman and provide long term support and services around those products,
We have had several requests on our community Discourse for names of professional services. This page has been created as an easy way to provide a reference both for those asked and those looking for professional services.
If you’re a consultant or professional who has Foreman expertise and want your details listed here, please consider writing a guest blog post outlining your involvement with the Foreman community and your area of focus, and we can use those details to add an entry to this page.
The following companies provide Foreman consulting services. If you would like to avail of their services, please contact them directly.
ATIX specialize in support and operation consulting. For more information, check out their Foreman consulting page. You can also read about ATIX’s areas of focus and contributions to the wider Foreman community in the guest blog ATIX in the Foreman Community.
iRonin specialize in custom development for Foreman. For more information, check out their Foreman consulting page. You can read about iRonin’s contributions to Foreman in the iRonin guest blog iRonin in the Foreman Community.
Netways specialize in support and operation consulting, as well as training. For more information, check out their Foreman consulting page. You can read about their contributions to the Foreman community in the blog post What does Netways do with Foreman?
You can also purchase support for open-source solutions based on Foreman: