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Go to where the action is for Oracle open source projects by accessing these efforts on GitHub. Or, you can access open source resources directly from Oracle.com. Get the code and community you need to make progress.
Oracle contributes as a leader and as a worker bee to open source communities. Oracle is a supporting member of the Linux Foundation, Cloud Native Computing Foundation, Eclipse Foundation, and the Java Community Process. And Oracle employees contribute to efforts ranging from Java and Linux to Kubernetes and Fn.
With more than 9 million developers worldwide, Java lets you build and deploy the exciting applications you want to create. And cloud-based resources help you do it better and faster.
Oracle is a platinum member of the Linux Foundation and was a founding member since day one. Oracle participates in a number of other Linux Foundation projects, including the Open Container Initiative (OCI), Xen Project, Hyplerledger, Automotive Grade Linux, and the R Consortium.
Kubernetes’ popularity for container orchestration shows the larger demand for more cloud-neutral technologies. Oracle supports the Kubernetes project with development resources and offers a cloud-based service for companies to more efficiently put the open-source innovation to use.
The latest version of Java EE continues to improve the API and programming models modern developers need to build enterprise-ready applications. In addition, Java EE is moving to the open source community as a project governed by the Eclipse Foundation.
The NetBeans integrated development environment (IDE) provides developers worldwide a powerful pathway into the Java ecosystem. The IDE, long available as open source code, is transitioning to governance as a project under the Apache Software Foundation.
Project Helidon is a set of Java libraries for writing microservices. Its libraries interoperate with popular cloud-native toolings such as Docker, Kubernetes, Prometheus, OpenTracing, and Etc. Try the Getting Started at helidon.io and have your own microservice running in a container in minutes.