Company reaffirms its commitment to Eclipse open source tools and the new Eclipse Internet of Things open source community
Ottawa, Canada - May 5, 2015 - The Eclipse Foundation is pleased to welcome Red Hat as a strategic member of the Eclipse Foundation. Red Hat has been a long-time solution member of the Eclipse Foundation and actively involved in the Eclipse open source community. As a new strategic member, Red Hat will take a seat on the Board of Directors of the Eclipse Foundation, strengthening its support of the Foundation.
Red Hat is an active member of the Eclipse open source community. Red Hat employees participate in 27 Eclipse Projects, including as project leaders for Vert.x, m2e-wtp, THyM and Linux Tools.
Red Hat delivers Eclipse-based solutions to their developer communities, including:
Red Hat also plans to join the Eclipse Internet of Things (IoT) Working Group, an open source community for the Internet of Things. Red Hat's participation in the Eclipse IoT community will focus on enabling enterprise middleware for IoT solutions.
"Red Hat is passionate about supporting open source communities. It is core to our business and strategy," explains Mike Piech, general manager, Middleware, Red Hat. "We believe providing world-class developer tools is essential for our success, so it is natural for Red Hat to increase its commitment to the Eclipse community and participate in this leading open source developer tools platform."
"Red Hat is a well-respected leader in the open source community. We believe having Red Hat increase their level of commitment to Eclipse is a great endorsement of the Eclipse tools platform, our IoT technology, and the Eclipse community," states Mike Milinkovich, executive director of the Eclipse Foundation.
More information about Red Hat's involvement in the Eclipse community can be found at http://jboss.org/eclipse
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