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As the home for all developers, GitHub is the complete developer platform to build, scale, and deliver secure software. Over 94 million people, including developers from Fortune 100 companies, use GitHub to build and collaborate on everything from open source projects to the next big tech startup. With 330 million repositories and counting, GitHub is the place to shape the future of software, together.
GNOME is a free and open-source software environment project supported by a non-profit foundation. Together, the community of contributors and the Foundation create a computing platform and software ecosystem, composed entirely of free software, that is designed to be elegant, efficient, and easy to use.
Google believes that open source is good for everyone. By being open and freely available, it enables and encourages collaboration and the development of technology
Grafana Labs provides an open observability stack built around Grafana, the leading open source technology for dashboards. Grafana Labs helps companies manage observability strategies with the fully managed Grafana Cloud offering or self-managed Grafana Enterprise Stack, both featuring extensive enterprise data source plugins, dashboard management, metrics, logs, traces, and more.
The addition of open source to the IEEE SA collaboration platform is a key milestone in the organization’s ongoing transformation and expansion into new business and industry sectors. IEEE SA OPEN is intended to bridge the gap between standards developers and other open technical communities to enable nimble and creative technical solutions. IEEE SA OPEN addresses common challenges faced by the open-source development community, such as lack of relevant engagement in projects, solution incompatibility, and complexity around intellectual property (IP) licensing.
Instaclustr, now part of Spot by NetApp, helps organizations deliver applications at scale through its platform for open source technologies such as Apache Cassandra®, Apache Kafka®, Apache Spark™, Redis™, OpenSearch™, Apache ZooKeeper™, and PostgreSQL®. Instaclustr combines a complete data infrastructure environment with hands-on technology expertise to ensure ongoing performance and optimization.