Jim Zemlin raises an eyebrow when I say Hyperledger is rather outside Linux Foundation’s usual domain, being a bit, er, consumery.
“It’s totally enterprise,” the Foundation’s executive director tells me. “It’s infrastructure.” Just like Linux, he reckons. Hyperledger is the layer above the operating system, above Linux.
Linux is the Linux Foundation’s oldest and hardest of hard-core projects – a technology fundamental that drives economies.
The Foundation went beyond Linux ages ago and in 2015 it set a record in starting new projects – 13, nearly half the Foundation’s total.
2016 has seen seven so far – network switch, network analytics and small footprint real time operating systems.
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