Tomitribe is a passionate participant in many industry critical initiatives and foundations such as Jakarta EE, MicroProfile, Java Community Process “JCP”, Apache Software Foundation, Eclipse Foundation, & Tomitribe.io.
Jakarta EE is the open source future for the platform formerly known as Java EE. Hosted at the Eclipse Foundation and backed by several prominent contributors including Oracle, IBM, Red Hat, Payara and Tomitribe. We are incredibly excited to double down on our mission statement and work alongside the community in this once-in-a-lifetime transformation of a 20 year-old industry backbone. We believe the next 20 years have the potential to be a technical and community renaissance in cloud-native Java, uniting forces from all across the industry into one powerful ecosystem of unparalleled investment.
An open forum to optimize Enterprise Java for a Microservices architecture by innovating across multiple implementations and collaborating on common areas of interest with a goal of standardization. Tomitribe is a proud co-founder of MicroProfile and remain committed to innovation in the Microservices space.
The work of the Java Community under the JCP program helps to ensure Java technology’s standard of stability and cross-platform compatibility, enabling it to operate on hundreds of millions of devices, from desktop computers to consumer electronics to industrial robots.
Lauded among the most successful influencers in Open Source, The Apache Software Foundation’s commitment to collaborative development has long served as a model for producing consistently high quality software that advances the future of open development. Tomitribe has been a passionate contributor to the Apache Software Foundation and our members of the Tribe combined have spent over 46 years contributing to projects in the foundation.
A community dedicated to uniting developers and neat tools to promote a healthy ecosystem around Apache TomEE, Java EE and Java Open Source in general. tomitribe.io is where you can find a trove of Tribe Open Source tools and projects for your Java applications.
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