IBM takes another step towards open source commitment – open sources WebSphere Liberty code

IBM launched the Open Liberty project this week to take its Liberty to a next level by moving the essential Liberty code base into open. IBM’s ongoing development for WebSphere will be based on this project, and the availability of this code is in GitHub under the Eclipse Public License V1. IBM had created Liberty five years ago, to help developers turn ideas into production-ready apps more quickly and easily using agile and DevOps principles. The Liberty was extremely successful in WebSphere transformation, that is the reason IBM is putting more efforts in enhancing this service with the launch of Open Liberty. The focus of Open Liberty is on creating a runtime supporting Java microservices that can be updated frequently and moved between different cloud environments. Developers get core ...

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