I made it to my first 100 days at the Eclipse Foundation! New beginnings are always exciting. It has been a blast and a challenge at the same time. Many twists and turns, but steady progress nevertheless for both Jakarta EE and me!
Insights on how the growing complexity of software applications and end user demands are driving the industrial automation technology space toward an open source future.
Two high-profile open-source collaborations are putting their heads together to work out how to take Kubernetes, more familiar in hyperscale environments, out to Internet of Things edge computing projects.
Java EE is mature technology, but it will continue to evolve in ways that can fit nicely into a microservices architecture.
The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) and the Eclipse Foundation formed a new working group focused on using Kubernetes to manage IoT and edge networking deployments.
The Kubernetes project has emerged as the default container orchestration tool in many DevOps scenarios, but teething problems still exist when it comes to "internet of things" deployments in the cloud and at the network edge.
The JNoSQL project is excited to announce that it will be the first new standardization project to be adopted by Jakarta EE!
Fujitsu has joined the Eclipse Foundation(*) as Strategic Member in April 2018.
Since designing and launching a specialized workflow management system in 2010, a research team from the US Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory has continuously updated the technology to help computational scientists develop software, visualize data and solve problems.
What the Eclipse Foundation is describing as a "surge" of interest in both enterprise Java (Jakarta EE) and the activities of the Eclipse IoT community led to a spike in new memberships last month.
Oracle on Friday announced the first release of Project Helidon, a new collection of Java Libraries for writing microservices, and officially joined the Eclipse MicroProfile effort.
Please welcome Project Helidon — a new open source Java microservices framework from Oracle!
VOLTTRON is an innovative open source software platform that helps users rapidly develop and deploy new control solutions for a myriad of applications.
Cirrus Link Solutions, LLC announced that it has joined the Eclipse Foundation, the platform for open collaboration and innovation.
Jakarta EE is the new name for the overall platform comprised initially of the Java EE technologies that are being contributed to the Eclipse Foundation.
Eclipse JNoSQL is a framework that makes the integration between Java and NoSQL easier with an extensible API that allows both to use common features as standards calls and expandable enough to allow to use particular features from any specific vendor.
The annual Eclipse Release Train chugged out of the station right on time again this year, with 85 projects in tow, but with this release, the Eclipse Foundation threw a switch (pardon the tortured metaphor) that put the train on a much faster track.
Eclipse Photon Now Available, Mercedes-Benz Vans Using Automotive Grade Linux, Enso Open-Source Project for Machine Learning, Tails 3.8 Released and More
The Eclipse Foundation just released Eclipse Photon. What is in this newest release of the popular open source IDE platform?
The release train "Eclipse Photon" gathers 85 projects this year for a co-ordinated release. We talked to Wayne Beaton, Director of Open Source Projects at the Eclipse Foundation, about what's new and what exciting developments are underway after Photon.
The Eclipse Foundation is most famous for the Eclipse IDE, the technology that IBM open sourced in 2001, leading to the establishment of the Eclipse Foundation as an independent not-for-profit in 2004.
The Eclipse Foundation has announced the latest version of the Eclipse IDE. The Photon release is designed to expand on polyglot capabilities based on the Language Server Protocol plugins.
In a recent blog post, Roper stated that his journey in being named a committer is related to the MicroProfile community and its influence on Jakarta EE.
Eclipse Collections is a high performance collections framework for Java, adding rich functionality to the native JDK Collections.
Let's take a look at some suggested design principles that some feel Jakarta EE should follow. What suggestions do you have?
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