The Eclipse Foundation facilitates the development of code-first, open specifications that enable the compatibility, interoperability, and sustainability of both proprietary and open source independent implementations.
Specifications at the Eclipse Foundation are developed through the Eclipse Foundation Specification Process (EFSP). The EFSP provides a defined, structured, and trusted legal framework and governance process for the development of royalty-free open specifications based on mature open source processes. The EFSP allows the community to develop specifications in a vendor neutral, community-driven way.
All specifications produced under the EFSP are designed to enable independent implementations in any open source or commercial application.
The industry-leading specification for developing enterprise and cloud native java applications.
Provides MQTT clients the framework to seamlessly integrate industrial machine data from their applications, sensors, devices, and gateways within the MQTT Infrastructure.