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Open edX Technical Support by Raccoon Gang

Open edX platform allows easy management of the courseware, yet it does require technical background for setup and configuration. Raccoon Gang employees were the part of Open edX platform development and release. Our team is also actively participating in further Open edX platform evolvement. Due to this we can guarantee the best level of customer support you would expect.

Our Technical Support Offers

 

Our technical support packages are designed in order to remove all the technicalities of running the instance of the instructors and allow them to focus on content creation and working with students. Also, each package includes some consultancy time which you may use as you wish - you may ask questions, request instructional design support, ask for minor design adjustments, settings change,  etc. during the working hours: Mon-Fri 10:00-19:00 (Kyiv Time Zone). 

For more details, please click on the "book" icon below and read our Support User Guide. Also, you may watch our FAQ YouTube Playlist to find the answers on how to use Open edX. 

Our Technical Support Pricing

  • Website issues and server processes monitoring

  • Critical issues/showstoppers resolving**

  • Communications through

  • Response time

  • Resolution time for critical issues and show-stoppers

  • Hot fixes***

  • Weekly reports

  • Total time for consultancy and refinements

  • Price per month
  • Price per 6 months:
  • Price per 12 months:

* Our DevOps Team is monitoring your server 24/7 and fixes it in case it is down. Any additional request (not related to this type of server service), which is processed out of the working hours Mon-Fri 10:00-19:00 (Kyiv Time Zone), costs extra $100.

If you wish to get the Support Consultancy Service 24/7, you may purchase one more VIP package. 

 

** A Critical Issue/Showstopper is the issue with the platform which can prevent your Learners to pass your courses, for example:

  • - E-mails are not sent from the platform;
  • - The "500 error" is shown on the Dashboard page;
  • - The Registration/Login pages are not accessible;
  • - The "404-page not found" error is shown;
  • - The "Server is down" error is shown.

 

*** Security patches can be updated only for the latest and the previous release.

 

"8h Response Time and 40h Resolution Time for Critical Issues". What does it mean?

We always try to answer to any request, either critical or non-critical, as soon as possible, but in case of a high load, we keep our right to use SLA of the package (for example, on the "Light" package, we must reply not later than within 8hrs, and solve the issue not later than within 40hrs). In case we have 2 requests from a client - one critical and one non-critical, we will put the highest priority status to the critical one. 

When the support hours are over this month, we will have to postpone solving the issue and will be ready to solve it on the 1st working day of the next month. In case of necessity, you may speed solving by paying $150 one-time fee which covers up to 3hrs of effort.  

High quality support by Raccoon Gang

We ensure your requests are fulfilled on time and provide Open edX platform support for companies, universities, organizations and individuals. We have multiple means of communication, so we will always be in touch, if needed.

Raccoon Gang has highly qualified DevOps with extensive experience in running and maintaining the Open edX (Python/Django) applications, Customer Account Managers and Support Managers who stand ready to assist should you face any issue with the Open edX platform.

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