Linux Foundation

More than 20 years ago, Linus Torvalds sparked an open source revolution with a short email declaring he was doing a new project “just for fun.” Today, Linux powers 98% of the world’s super computers, most of the servers powering the Internet, the majority of financial trades worldwide and tens of millions of Android mobile phones and consumer devices. In short, Linux is everywhere. The Linux Foundation is here to help. By supporting the kernel development community -- including employing Linus Torvalds himself -- and fostering collaboration on a truly massive scale, the Linux Foundation unites thousands of curious minds in the free and open exchange of ideas. With this collective wisdom, people everywhere are using Linux to solve harder problems, innovate faster than ever, and change the way the world works together. We are here to provide the crucial services and collaborative infrastructure to continue Linux’ advancement and protection. The Linux Foundation is also here to help companies and individuals navigate the ever-changing landscape of Linux. From new member mentoring programs to advanced consulting services, we’re here to guide you through the labyrinth of open source opportunities—so you can make the most of your Linux investment. Join us.


We are also dedicated to expanding the collaborative DNA of Linux to other industries and markets. Companies, open source projects and individual developers can work with our Linux Foundation Collaborative Projects to make collaborative development the de facto way of solving the world’s hardest problems. Just like the Linux platform itself, our Linux Foundation community is intrinsically designed for flexibility. Whether you want to boost your open source compliance know-how, meet with developers from around the world, help staff build their Linux chops, or participate in massive collaborative efforts, your opportunities to get involved are literally wide open. More info here.
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Introduction to Cloud Infrastructure Technologies (edX)

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Learn the fundamentals of building and managing cloud technologies directly from The Linux Foundation, the leader in open source. New to the cloud and not sure where to begin? This introductory course, taught by cloud experts from The Linux Foundation, will help you grasp the basics of cloud computing [...]
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Introduction to Hyperledger Sovereign Identity Blockchain Solutions: Indy, Aries & Ursa (Linux Foundation)

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Introduction to Hyperledger Sovereign Identity Blockchain Solutions: Indy, Aries & Ursa (Linux Foundation)
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Learn how Hyperledger Aries, Indy and Ursa add a necessary layer of trust to the Internet, creating and using independent digital identities rooted on blockchains or other distributed ledgers. To the surprise of absolutely no one, trust is broken on the Internet. Wherever you go online, the advice is [...]
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NFV Acceleration: An Introduction to OPNFV (Linux Foundation)

Learn how Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) is moving the industry from fixed-function, proprietary devices to flexible, software-driven environments, and how OPNFV (Open Platform for NFV) can help make the transition easier. Open source networking projects are transforming how service providers and enterprises develop, deploy, and scale their networks and [...]
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Introduction to ONAP: Complete Network Automation (Linux Foundation)

Learn how the ONAP platform uses SDN and NFV to orchestrate and automate physical and virtual network services to help network operators accelerate time to market while reducing OpEx. Start your own ONAP journey here!
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Introduction to Cloud Foundry and Cloud Native Software Architecture (Linux Foundation)

A hands-on workshop to learn how to deploy and manage applications on Cloud Foundry. Grow from novice to knowledge-hound in your spare time! Does your team use Cloud Foundry to deploy applications? Or would you like to use Cloud Foundry, but haven’t had time to learn the lingo? Then [...]
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Blockchain: Understanding its Uses and Implications (Linux Foundation)

Understand exactly what a blockchain is, its impact and potential for change around the world, and analyze use cases in technology, business, and enterprise products and institutions. Blockchain technology is changing how business is executed. It’s important to understand why blockchain is different and how it works in comparison [...]
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A Beginner's Guide to Open Source Software Development (Linux Foundation)

Learn the key concepts in developing open source software. This course introduces developers to the key concepts in developing open source software. It covers the who (successful projects and communities), what (definition), why (benefits), where (Git) and how (licensing, compliance, collaboration tips, managing diversity and continuous development & integration). [...]
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Business Considerations for 5G, IoT, and AI (Linux Foundation)

Learn how networks are being redefined to support a 5G world and what is required of businesses to take advantage of new technologies like IoT, Edge and AI. Managers and their technical partners will be the ones to build the next great innovations based on the capabilities of 5G [...]
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Open Source and the 5G Transition (Linux Foundation)

Open source software and standards are driving the transition to 5G, AI and IoT. Learn what open source technologies matter most and why. 5G networks are being built with open source software and standards. Operators and vendors are integrating these technologies on an unprecedented level in order to realize [...]
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A Beginner's Guide to Linux Kernel Development (Linux Foundation)

Learn the key concepts in developing open source software. This free course introduces developers to the Linux kernel development process and teaches the explicit and implicit “rules of the road”. It covers configuring a development system, git basics, writing kernel patches, testing patches, writing commit logs, sending patches, and [...]
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