ONOS® Project’s SDN Release, Goldeneye, Advances Service Provider Capabilities for High Availability, Scale and Performance

Rapidly growing open source project sustains quarterly release cadence

AllSeen Alliance Open Source Community Expands as AllJoyn® User Group Program Surpasses 600 Members

Open Source project adds four new members and deepens worldwide AllJoyn user engagement to accelerate open development for the IoT

New Course from The Linux Foundation and OpenDaylight Project Makes Open Networking Training More Accessible

As Software-Defined Networking (SDN) adoption grows, new training course will help existing and new network administrators stay up to date

Automotive Linux Summit 2016 Program Announced, Covering the Latest Automotive Technology Advancements

Open source automotive leaders to gather to collaborate on next generation of automotive software projects

IBM Invests in R Programming Language for Data Science; Joins R Consortium

Signals commitment to open source to help improve data analysis and address growing demands of big data

Automotive Grade Linux Membership Growth Expands to Europe and Globally

bright box, Continental, ForgeRock, Hyundai MOBIS, Toshiba and Ubiquitous widen the global reach of Automotive Grade Linux

SAN FRANCISCO, June 7, 2016Automotive Grade Linux (AGL), a collaborative open source project developing a Linux-based, open platform for the connected car, today announced that bright box, Continental, ForgeRock, Hyundai MOBIS, Toshiba and Ubiquitous have joined The Linux Foundation and Automotive Grade Linux.

Serial Entrepreneur and Internet Technologist Dan Kohn Named Executive Director of Cloud Native Computing Foundation

Backed by many of the most important technology companies and startups, CNCF focuses on advancing open source and cloud native technologies 

The Linux Foundation’s Core Infrastructure Initiative Invests in Security Tool for Identifying Web Application Vulnerabilities

Grant Accelerates Work to Deliver OWASP ZAP as a Service, Making it Accessible to More Developers 

The Linux Foundation Invites Developers, System Administrators and Newbies to Apply for the 2016 LiFT Scholarship Program

Fourteen scholarships across seven categories offer students, professionals and those seeking vocational education around the world the chance to gain new Linux and open source expertise

The Linux Foundation Announces Keynote Speakers and Full Schedule for LinuxCon and ContainerCon

Executive Director of the Hyperledger Project and Accel Partners Entrepreneur in Residence to headline more than 150 technical sessions to advance and celebrate the open source community

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