The Node.js Foundation, a community-led and industry-backed consortium to advance the development of the Node.js platform, today announced Bitnami, Chef, HackerOne, Keymetrics, ^Lift Security, Profound Logic and SafetyCulturehave joined the Foundation as Silver Members to help continue the growth, stability and success of this universal platform.
The annual conference Node.js Interactive starts today with more than 700 developers descending on Vancouver, British Columbia to fine tune their Node.js skills. Influential project community and technical leaders will preview the Node.js roadmap in keynotes like The Node.js Technical Roadmap and Node.js Wave 6, led by Technical Steering Committee members James Snell and Myles Borins.
“Our members’ support is incredibly important to the Foundation’s work to provide infrastructure, develop certifications and to conduct collaborative and learning events to meet the demands of new developers coming into the project and enterprise users,” said Mark Hinkle, Executive Director of The Node.js Foundation. “We are excited to welcome these innovative companies into our community and greatly appreciate their commitment to the stability, security and growth of the Node.js platform.”
More about today’s new Node.js Foundation members:
Bitnami is the leading provider of packaged applications for any platform, making it possible for anyone to quickly deploy software on the platform of their choice, from native installers to cloud images to containers. The Bitnami application automation platform delivers and maintains a catalog of ready-to-run server applications and development environments in partnership with the world’s leading cloud providers such as Amazon, Google, Microsoft, Oracle and more. That same application automation platform that drives over one million deployments per month is also available to enterprise developers looking to streamline their software development processes.
“Supporting the growth of the Node.js community is important to Bitnami. Not only is Node.js providing the framework for us to build some of our next generation software packaging tools, it is also empowering a rapidly growing new generation of software developers. We look forward to contributing to the community and ecosystem and continuing to enable users to get started and grow with Bitnami packaged Node.js in any environment.” Tom McCafferty – VP of Marketing, Bitnami
Chef is is the leader in Continuous Automation software, an innovator in cloud native operations and one of the founders of the DevOps movement. Chef works with more than a thousand of the most innovative companies around the world to deliver their vision of digital transformation, providing the practices and platform to deliver software at speed.
“Chef created the Habitat open source project for communities like Node.js. Habitat’s scaffolding gives developers the ability to package Node.js code and then deploy it to any platform – Docker, Cloud Foundry, Kubernetes or Mesosphere. Our users find that Habitat is the easiest way to go from source code to a cloud native application.” Michael Ducy – Director of Product Marketing, Chef
HackerOne is the most trusted vulnerability disclosure and bug bounty platform, connecting organizations with the world’s largest community of trusted hackers. Nearly 900 organizations, including including the U.S. Department of Defense, General Motors, Intel, Uber, Twitter, GitHub, Nintendo, LendingClub, Lufthansa, Panasonic Avionics, Qualcomm, Starbucks trust HackerOne to find critical software vulnerabilities before criminals can exploit them. HackerOne customers have resolved more than 54,000 security vulnerabilities and awarded more than $21M in bug bounties.
“The open source community is an integral part of HackerOne’s mission to empower the world to build a safer internet. By nature, the open source community is responsible for keeping a watchful eye on the code that serves as the backbone of the internet. Specifically, Node.js powers the web applications that fuel our connected society. We have a responsibility to the Node.js community to foster its growth while also ensuring its security.” Marten Mickos – CEO, HackerOne
Monitoring apps in production is an important and a critical part in any application development. The Keymetrics team has developed, as a commercial SaaS, a real-time monitoring solution that provides enterprises with the analytics to monitor reliability, performance and even scale web applications. The team also built the popular open source process manager, PM2, which has been downloaded more than 20 million times.
“Open Source culture and the Node.js ecosystem are the seeds that grew the Keymetrics adventure, as our business has been built on top of PM2, the de-facto open source process manager for Node.js. With Keymetrics becoming a more mature business, the natural next steps for us are to contribute further to this ecosystem by joining the Foundation.” Alexandre Strzelewicz – CEO, Keymetrics
^Lift Security helps companies identify and eliminate security risks. Whether the ^Lift team is reviewing code for security mistakes or sneaking their way in like an advanced attacker would, the company takes improving the security of their clients very seriously. In fact ^Lift is the company that npm trusts for security guidance and auditing. In 2016, ^Lift donated The Node.js Security Project data to be managed by The Node.js Foundation. The Node.js Security Project collects data around vulnerability and security flaws in the Node.js module ecosystem.
“The ^Lift Security team is excited to be apart of the foundation and continue our mission to make security a core value of the Node.js community.” Adam Baldwin – Founder and Team Lead, ^Lift Security
Since 1999, Profound Logic has provided the most innovative development solutions for businesses on IBM i (also known as AS/400 and iSeries). They’ve empowered thousands of customers around the world to: modernize legacy source code and text-based, green screen interfaces; develop new desktop and mobile applications; and optimize enterprise IT investments.
“Node.js is a true game-changer for businesses running on legacy platforms. Our Node-based Profound.jssolution and agile development approach empowers businesses to transform legacy code into modern Node.js as needed, while avoiding the risks, costs, and disruptions of ‘rip-and-replace’ approaches, such as system overhauls using Java or .NET.” Alex Roytman – CEO, Profound Logic
Headquartered in Townsville, Australia and with offices all around the globe, including Sydney, Kansas City and Manchester, SafetyCulture is focused on making the workplace safer through technology. The company’s iAuditor checklist app and platform are used by teams around the world to help get frontline workers home safely every day.
“Node.js is at the core of our cloud-native, microservice platform and allows us to cost-effectively scale inline with our rapidly growing customer base.” Brett Porter – Head of Architecture, SafetyCulture
The Node.js Foundation also launched its annual Node.js user survey today. The survey helps the Foundation better understand the landscape around Node.js users: how they are using the technology, where there are issues, and how the Foundation can better support them. You can view our most recent survey results here.
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Headquartered in Townsville, Australia and with offices all around the globe, including Sydney, San Francisco, Kansas City and Manchester, SafetyCultureis focused on making the workplace safer through technology. Read more on Node.js Foundation Medium Read More
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