Open source at IBM

IBM’s home for open source code, community, and culture.

At IBM, we do open source right. Discover new open source innovation, truly open communities, and continuing IBM leadership in open technologies.

The home of IBM generated innovation

IBMers are building innovative new open source projects right now! Choose from cloud, analytics, blockchain, IoT — whatever your area of interest, we have the code for you.

Join a thriving community

Dynamic communities are the cornerstone of open source development. IBM puts its time and resources into communities that support high-impact open source projects. Join us!

The IBM open source way

Best practices for training, tooling, automation, and more. We do open source with unmatched scope. Find out how we do it, and how you can too.

Chris Ferris

“I am so proud to be a part of the diverse community that came together to help birth Hyperledger’s first 1.0 project: Hyperledger Fabric 1.0. Of course, it doesn’t end here. There’s plenty more work to be done, more collaboration and more innovation on tap from all of the Hyperledger projects.”

Chris Ferris, Chair of Hyperledger’s Technical Steering Committee, CTO of Open Technology, IBM

“As a Developer Advocate for IBM, I am proud of our commitment to open-source tools for API developers. By helping to establish the Open API Initiative, and through supporting the LoopBack framework and open-source serverless technologies such as Cloud Functions, IBM helps developers create and support robust and enterprise-scale APIs.”

Erin McKean, Developer Advocate, IBM

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Sam Ruby

“The Apache Software Foundation has been a recognized leader in open source for over 18 years. Our 180+ projects serve as the backbone for some of the world’s most visible and widely used applications in Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning, Big Data, Cloud Computing, DevOps, IoT and Edge Computing, Mobile, Servers, and Web Frameworks, among other categories. We are deeply committed to remaining a trusted community for dependable Open Source software for years to come, and welcome your participation and support.”

Sam Ruby, ASF President, IBM STSM

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