The TARS Foundation Celebrates its First Anniversary

The TARS Foundation an open source microservices foundation under the Linux Foundation celebrated its first anniversary on March 10 2021. As we all know 2020 was a strange year and we are all adjusting to the new normal. Meanwhile despite being unable to meet in person the TARS Foundation community is connected sharing and working together virtually toward our goals.

This year four new projects have joined the TARS Foundation expanding our technical community. The TARS Foundation launched TARS Landscape in July 2020 presenting an ideal and complete microservice ecosystem which is the vision that the TARS open source community works to achieve. Furthermore we welcome more open source projects to join the TARS community and go through our incubation process.

In September 2020 The Linux Foundation and TARS Foundation released a new free training course Building Microservice Platforms with TARS on the edX platform. This course is designed for engineers working in microservices and enterprise managers interested in exploring internal technical architectures working for digital transmission in traditional industries. The course explains the functions characteristics and structure of the TARS microservices framework while demonstrating how to deploy and maintain services in different programming languages in the TARS Framework. Besides anyone interested in software architecture will benefit from this course.


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