Progress on making eBPF work on Windows 

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eBPF is a well-known, but revolutionary, technology for providing programmability, extensibility, and agility. eBPF has been applied to use cases such as denial-of-service protection and observability. In May 2021, we announced the effort to make eBPF work on Windows, and were encouraged by the huge amount of interest. Six months have passed since then, and…Read more

Microsoft joins OIN: FAQs with Erich Andersen 

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Microsoft recently joined the Open Invention Network (OIN), a community dedicated to protecting Linux and other open source software programs from patent risk. Since its founding in 2005, OIN has been at the forefront of helping companies manage patent risks and we’re humbled to be a part of it. It’s been great to see the…Read more

Microsoft joins effort to help advance open source licensing 

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Today Microsoft is pleased to join RedHat, Facebook, Google, IBM, CA Technologies, Cisco, HPE, SAP, and SUSE, to announce that it is making an open source license commitment designed to help licensees overcome common mistakes in using open source software. Specifically, the commitment offers licensees of GPLv2 code a reasonable period of time to correct…Read more

Microsoft joins the Open Source Initiative 

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We are pleased to announce that Microsoft has joined the Open Source Initiative (OSI) as a Premium sponsor. OSI is a global non-profit dedicated to promoting and protecting open source software through education, collaboration, and infrastructure. Open source advances come from its community and Microsoft continues to increase its involvement and contributions. Microsoft participates in…Read more

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Microsoft’s open source Project Olympus grows partner ecosystem 

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Introduced in November 2016, Project Olympus is Microsoft’s next generation rack-level solution that is open sourced through Open Compute Project. Since inception Project Olympus has attracted a large group of partners from compute silicon providers to ODMs, OEMs and component manufacturers and is becoming the de facto open compute standard for cloud workloads. Last week,…Read more

Microsoft joins the Linux Foundation 

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Announced this week at Connect(); 2016, Microsoft has joined the Linux Foundation as a Platinum Member. As part of ongoing efforts to work closely with open source communities, Microsoft’s membership in the Linux Foundation will benefit customers and partners through increased collaboration and innovation within a diverse technology ecosystem. Microsoft’s commitment to working with open…Read more

DevDays Asia 2016 @ Beijing 

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The Microsoft Office 365 and Open Specifications teams hope you can join them for DevDays Asia 2016 @Beijing, October 21-23, 2016. The event will dive into the many opportunities to develop for Microsoft Office 365 and has a track dedicated to Microsoft’s commitment to interoperability, including open specifications and open protocols. It’s a great opportunity…Read more

Microsoft Ignite in Atlanta 

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From high-level strategy to deep product insights, you’ll hear about new technologies and explore real-world solutions to today’s challenges. Customize your schedule to go deep on the topics that matter most to you and your organization including: cloud infrastructure and management, big data, analytics, productivity, communications, operating systems, mobile devices, and more. 1,000+ hours of…Read more