The Linux Foundation Helps Hyperledger Build
the Most Vibrant Open Source Ecosystem for Blockchain

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Largest Shared Technology Investment

The Linux Foundation supports the creation of sustainable open source ecosystems by providing financial and intellectual resources, infrastructure, services, events, and training. Working together, The Linux Foundation and its projects form the most ambitious and successful investment in the creation of shared technology.

16B USD

Estimated development cost of the 100+ world’s leading projects hosted at The Linux Foundation

25,000

Technologists attend our events annually, from more than 4,500 companies and 85 countries

1 Million

Open source professionals have enrolled in our free open source training courses

10 / 10

Largest cloud service providers are Linux Foundation project contributors and members

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The Organization of Choice for Building Sustainable Open Source Ecosystems

Helping the Automotive
Industry Innovate

AGL lets automakers and suppliers speed innovation and bring new features to market faster. Toyota adopted the AGL platform starting with the best selling car in the world, the 2018 Toyota Camry.

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Revolutionizing Networks for 2.5B Mobile Subscribers
Mobile service operators representing over 60% of the global market plan to use ONAP to automate their networks in order to build and deliver the connected world of the future.

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CNCF

Standardizing Distributed Application Deployment
Businesses like Box, GolfNow, Ancestry.com, eBay, BlackRock, and Ticketmaster deliver their products and services faster and boost productivity and scalability with Kubernetes.

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Home to the World’s Most Important Open Source Project
The Linux Foundation provides Linux creator Linus Torvalds and lead maintainer Greg Kroah-Hartman a neutral home where Linux kernel development can be protected and accelerated.

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Project News

Open Source Community Forming to Improve the State of Edge Cloud Infrastructure For Carrier, Provider, and IoT Networks 

The Linux Foundation announces a new open source project, Akraino Edge Stack, to create an open source software stack supporting high-availability cloud services optimized for edge computing systems and applications

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It's one thing to create a great piece of software. It’s quite another to have it make a mark on the entire industry. These are the companies and organizations whose work has had a significant impact on what others build, how they build it, and ultimately, who uses it: Apple, Facebook, Google, IBM, Intel, Microsoft, GitHub, Netflix, Red Hat, Slack, and The Linux Foundation.

SD Times2017 100 Influencers

We’ve been one of the bedrock members of The Linux Foundation since its inception. We have a long history of doing open source projects throughout many communities. (But) there are things we couldn’t do before that we can now do, working in partnership with The Linux Foundation. If we were to take a project, open source it ourselves, and expect people to come to that project, that’s a very difficult path. But when you do it in partnership with The Linux Foundation, that path gets smoothed.

Todd MooreVP of Open Technology at IBM

The Linux Foundation is home to Linux, Node.js and other mission critical projects that form the backbone of modern internet services, including Pinterest. Joining The Linux Foundation is a great way for established companies like ours to support those communities.

Jon PariseTechnical Architecture Lead and Open Source Program Lead at Pinterest