Announcements

ONOS Project Joins Linux Foundation in Strategic Partnership

Foundation to provide global reach, experience and infrastructure for open source community development to enhance and further grow ONOS’ thriving community

 

Media Advisory: Linux Foundation Debuts Digital Video Series to Raise Awareness of the Ubiquity of Linux

 

 Series gives thanks to Linux and open source community; flips reality on its head to illustrate how pervasive Linux is today

 

Linux Foundation to Host Open License Compliance Project FOSSology

 

DUBLIN, LinuxCon Europe and Embedded Linux Conference Europe, October 5, 2015The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organization dedicated to accelerating the growth of Linux and collaborative development, today announced it will host the FOSSology project, an open source license compliance software project and set of tools.  

Linux Foundation Announces Workgroup to Standardize the Future of the Software Supply Chain

 OpenChain Workgroup will create a set of best practices to ease open source compliance for companies and developers

 

The Linux Foundation Announces Project to Advance Real-Time Linux

 

Altera, ARM, Google, Intel, IBM, National Instruments, OSADL, Texas Instruments and others to advance mainline kernel support of Real-Time Linux, saving millions in research and development

 

The Linux Foundation Releases First-Ever Value of Collaborative Development Report

 The total economic value of development costs of Linux Foundation Collaborative Projects estimated at $5 billion

ODPi Doubles Membership, Announces Technical Milestones and Open Governance Structure

Industry-wide effort to advance open standards for Apache Hadoop attracts diverse representation from Big Data ecosystem, brings enterprise requirements and technical team to bear

Linux Foundation Puts Free Chromebooks in the Hands of its Training Students Throughout September

As students make their way back to the computer lab and professionals dig in post-summer, Linux Foundation offers free Chromebooks to individuals who enroll in Linux training during the month of September

SAN FRANCISCO, September 1, 2015  – The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organization dedicated to accelerating the growth of Linux and collaborative development, today announced it will give away one Chromebook to every person who enrolls in Linux Foundation training courses during September. 

The Linux Foundation Announces Linux Performance Workgroup

DiaMon Workgroup aims to improve tracing, monitoring and diagnostics for Linux 

SEATTLE, LinuxCon/CloudOpen/ContainerCon – August 19, 2015 – The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organization dedicated to accelerating the growth of Linux and collaborative development, today announced the DiaMon workgroup, which is creating a de-facto standard for tracing and monitoring infrastructure in order to improve diagnostics of Linux user space programs.

Linux Foundation’s Core Infrastructure Initiative Seeks Community Input On New Security-Focused Badge Program

Two Prominent Cyber Security Authorities Become New CII Advisory Board Members  

 

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