The open source model is being widely adopted across all industry sectors to enable customer-centric innovation and accelerated growth. While originally the business case centered on lower total cost of ownership, many firms have embraced open source software as an integral part of their strategy to rapidly building differentiated products and implementing digital transformation. Participation in open source projects and communities, whether simply as a consumer or as an active contributor or even leader, has emerged as the basis for competitive advantage.
The Eclipse Foundation helps leading technology innovators develop, deliver and sustain open source software which solves real-world problems. We provide to our diverse group of member organizations services, governance frameworks, mature processes, events and robust infrastructure, all of which is required to establish and nurture business-grade open source ecosystems. We leverage our many years of experience working with thousands of developers around the world to cultivate the significant community engagement required to deliver high quality, commercializable code.
The Eclipse Foundation provides the services, tools and infrastructure for some of the world’s most innovative companies to collaborate on solutions to real-world business problems. A shared infrastructure for projects and businesses enables end users and vendors to engage in a transparent and neutral environment. We serve a diverse community of business leaders, developers and end-users in an increasing number of industry sectors. We have a strong track record of enabling our members to work together to deliver and expand economic benefits across the value chain.
So which open source projects will deliver the best ROI for your organization? The Eclipse Foundation is a focal point for projects with widespread market adoption in production deployments. Joining the Eclipse Foundation in support of a project that is strategic to your business demonstrates support and commitment, and further contributes to that project’s adoption and momentum.
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