Europe’s leading open source foundation is joined by industry leaders Accenture, Arm, AVL, Bosch, Capgemini, Continental Automotive, DMI, ETAS, Futurewei Technologies, Karakun, Microsoft, Red Hat, Reycom, SUSE, and ZF to drive automotive innovation.
Eclipse Kanto is a lightweight, modular software stack that runs on edge devices and enables them with all the essentials for IoT environments, all configurable and remotely manageable by an IoT cloud ecosystem of choice.
In its seventh year, the survey provides essential insights into IoT and edge computing industry landscapes, the challenges developers are facing, and the opportunities for enterprise stakeholders in the IoT & edge open source ecosystem.
Collaboratively developed in the framework of the OW2 Open Source Good Governance initiative, the handbook introduces a methodology to implement professional management of open source software in an organization.
The shared goal of this partnership is to jointly build a worldwide, vendor-neutral, and independent open source community, allowing developers, vendors, system integrators to increase their global reach in a single and unified ecosystem.
The new paper entitled “The Eclipse Cloud DevTools Ecosystem: Defining the Future of Cloud Native Software Development,” is a showcase for the working group’s vision for cloud-based application development.
The Eclipse Foundation today announced the release of Eclipse iceoryx Almond, the first official release for this inter-process-communication (IPC) middleware that enables the transmission of large amounts of data in real time.
The OSPO Alliance aims to help companies and public institutions discover and understand open source, start benefiting from it across their activities and grow to host an Open Source Program Office (OSPO).