The Apache Software Foundation Announces New Top-Level Project Apache bRPC

Apache Software Foundation

WILMINGTON, DE — The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) this week announced that Apache® bRPC has graduated from incubator and is now a Top-Level Project (TLP). Open Source bRPC (“better RPC”) is often used in high performance systems such as Search, Storage, Machine Learning (ML), Advertising, and more.

“We are very proud that bRPC has graduated from the Apache Incubator. We see this is a great milestone for the bRPC team and bRPC users,” said James Ge, Vice President of Apache bRPC. “Since incubation, we have added 5 new PPMC members and 10 new committers. Under the guidance of our incubator mentors, we learned how to successfully develop our project and build community the Apache Way. We look forward to continuing to work on the development of our high-performance, industry-grade RPC framework with the Apache bRPC community.“

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