The Eclipse Foundation is home to the Eclipse IDE, Jakarta EE, and hundreds of open source projects, including runtimes, tools, specifications, and frameworks for cloud and edge applications, IoT, AI, automotive, systems engineering, open processor designs, and many others.
Whether you intend on contributing to Eclipse technologies that are important to your product strategy, or simply want to explore a specific innovation area with like-minded organizations, the Eclipse Foundation is the open source home for industry collaboration.
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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).
This release marks an acceleration in innovation for open source enterprise Java, as it makes Jakarta EE compatible with Java SE 11 and already has five compatible implementations from the global leaders in the Java ecosystem.
In its new home, many OSGi alliance members and other interested parties can continue the development of OSGi technology in the company of other Java based efforts such as the Eclipse Adoptium, Eclipse IDE, Jakarta EE, and MicroProfile working groups.