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The Eclipse Foundation Wins Duke's Choice Award for Open Source Contributions to the Java Ecosystem

The Eclipse Foundation was awarded a Duke's Choice Award yesterday in recognition for outstanding open source contributions to the Java ecosystem and the community-driven achievement of moving Java EE technologies from Oracle to the Jakarta EE Working Group.


The Eclipse Foundation Releases Eclipse Che 7, the First Kubernetes-Native IDE, to Make Creating Cloud Native Applications Easier, Faster, and More Secure

The Eclipse Foundation today announced at the Oracle Code One conference and tradeshow the release of Eclipse Che 7, the first developer workspace server and Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for creating cloud native, enterprise applications on Kubernetes


Eclipse Community Continues to Deliver on Open Source Commitment

Community is key. And the Eclipse Foundation's community is on a roll.


EclipseCon Europe 2019 Keynotes Announced - Register Now!

We are excited to announce the keynote speaker lineup for our community's biggest event of the year.

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Eclipse Che 7 is now available!

Che 7 is the biggest release in Eclipse Che history - focused on simplifying writing, building and collaborating on cloud native applications for teams.


From building blocks to IoT solutions

The Eclipse IoT ecosystem consists of around 40 different projects, ranging from embedded devices, to IoT gateways and up to cloud scale solutions.


Jakarta EE 8 Specifications Released by The Eclipse Foundation, Payara Platform Compatibility Coming Soon

The Jakarta EE 8 Full Platform, Web Profile specifications and related TCKs have been officially released today (September 10th, 2019).


Open Liberty is Jakarta EE 8 compatible

Today is a big day in the enterprise Java world. Two years ago, Oracle announced their intention to move Java EE to the Eclipse Foundation, which led to the creation of Jakarta EE.

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