WILMINGTON, DE — The Apache Software Foundation this week announced Apache® EventMesh has graduated from incubation and is now a Top-Level Project (TLP). EventMesh is used in event-driven and serverless architectures to simplify event-driven application development in complex distributed systems.
“We are proud that EventMesh has graduated from the Apache Incubator. We see this is a great milestone for our community and users,” said Eason Chen, Vice President of Apache EventMesh. “Since incubation, we have added five new PPMC members and 20 new committers. Under the guidance of our incubator mentors, we learned how to develop our project and build community the Apache Way successfully. Its growing community and industry adoption are a testament to the project’s success and potential for continued growth and impact. We believe this achievement will inspire confidence in end-users, contributors, and potential contributors alike, and it will help to ensure the continued success and growth of the project in the future.”
Download EventMesh here: https://eventmesh.apache.org/download.
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