To define and build an ecosystem of best-in-class open-source web and cloud-based development tools, and to promote and drive the broad adoption of these tools.
The Eclipse Cloud DevTools Working Group accelerates innovation and adoption of Cloud Integrated Development Environment (IDE) and container-based workspace management technologies. This work is accomplished through:
Why did the Eclipse Foundation create the Cloud DevTools Working Group?
Cloud native applications are of critical importance for today’s enterprises. According to a recent Eclipse Foundation survey, more than 80% of developers have plans to create cloud native applications within the next 12-18 months. It is this demand that drove the formation of the Eclipse Cloud DevTools Working Group, a vendor-neutral open source collaboration that focuses on development tools for and in the cloud. This working group fosters the evolution and broad adoption of emerging standards for cloud-based developer tools, including language support, extensions, marketplaces, and developer workspace definition.
What are some of the key projects within the Eclipse Cloud DevTools Working Group?
The Eclipse Cloud Development Tools Working Group encompasses a broad portfolio of open source cloud development projects including Eclipse Theia, Eclipse Che, Eclipse Open VSX, Eclipse CodeWind, Eclipse Dirigible, Eclipse Sprotty, and many more.
Who are some of the key members of the Eclipse Cloud DevTools Working Group?
We have had tremendous interest in this initiative from a broad range of organizations. Founding members include Broadcom, EclipseSource, Ericsson, IBM, Intel, Red Hat, SAP, and Typefox among many others. Every one of our Founders are respected leaders in their space, and we have a mix of large corporations and smaller companies actively engaged. All of these organizations have a strategic interest in cloud developer tools and want to shape the future of a vibrant and sustainable ecosystem of users, contributors and service providers.
How can interested developers and organizations get involved?
To learn more about getting involved with the Eclipse Cloud DevTools Working Group, view the Charter and Working Group Participation Agreement (WPGA), or email us at email@example.com. You can also join the Cloud DevTools mailing list.
What are the overarching goals of the Eclipse Cloud Development Tools Working Group?
The Eclipse Cloud DevTools Working Group works to accelerate the adoption of Cloud Integrated Development Environments (IDE) and container-based workspace management through the adoption of standards, engagement with third party developer tool providers, and through the promotion of Eclipse Foundation projects to cloud developers.
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"In our customer projects around the globe, we can observe an increasing demand for web-based and cloud-based tooling….We believe the Eclipse ecosystem is on a very strong path to take and hold the same dominating position for tool building it has on the desktop also for web-based tools in the upcoming decade."
Dr. Jonas Helming, General Manager at EclipseSource
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