We are thrilled to announce our pivotal role in the Sovereign Tech Fund’s recent initiative, a landmark moment for open-source software. Our commitment to the open-source community has always been at the core of our mission. Now, with the Sovereign Tech Fund’s investment in the Apache Log4j project, we are taking another significant step in supporting and nurturing open-source innovation. As a company, we are now wholly committed to working in open source.
The recent announcement by Apache Log4j, detailing the support they’ve received from the Sovereign Tech Fund, marks a crucial development in open-source sustainability. Our company is proud to be organizing the work on Apache Log4j, demonstrating our unwavering commitment to the open-source ecosystem.
As part of our initiative, we’re happy to announce that we are also offering consultation services with the esteemed team of Log4j developers, who are already working with this funding. This opens a new avenue for collaboration, knowledge sharing, and technical advancement in the open-source community. We hope to benefit your company by providing services to deal with the upcoming regulatory challenges or to harden your current infrastructure.
Our involvement in this project is driven by a clear vision: to ensure that vital open-source projects like Log4j receive the support and recognition they deserve. The security and stability of these projects are paramount, not just for the tech community but for the global digital infrastructure.
We invite you to join us in this exciting phase of technological evolution. Whether you’re a developer, a tech enthusiast, or an organization that relies on open-source software, your support is crucial. Together, we can create a more secure, innovative, and collaborative digital future. Please join the Apache Logging Services project as an individual or reach out to us directly if you are looking for consultation, training or other support.
Stay tuned for more updates as we continue to work towards a thriving open-source ecosystem!
While this post was written by a member of the Apache Logging Services PMC, we are not speaking officially for the project. We are acting independently from the Apache Software Foundation and do not hold any trademark rights to Logging Services, Apache, or Log4j.