This week, Orkes announced the availability of the initial release of Conductor OSS. This is the inaugural release since we took ownership of the future and direction of Conductor’s community version.
This first release (tagged as v3.16.0) of Conductor OSS marks a significant milestone in Orkes’s Open Source strategy. Member of CNCF, Linux Foundation, and more recently FINOS, having a seat at the FINOS’s technical oversight committee, we aim to not only nurture and grow the Conductor community but also interconnect it with complementary communities in order to empower open source-based innovations where Conductor can be a key architectural component.
The enthusiasm from developers around the world to contribute to this release and participate in the contribution effort demonstrates the strength of Conductor to become the leading Open-Source application orchestration platform.
The takeaways of this release are detailed below:
We extend a heartfelt thank you to our newest contributors, who have played a pivotal role in shaping this release:
Your dedication and hard work are truly appreciated. 🙌 Together, let's continue to push the boundaries and shape the future of Conductor.
We invite you to express your support by starring our Conductor OSS repository on GitHub. Your stars fuel our motivation to innovate and grow.
As we celebrate this milestone, we're eager to see the incredible projects and innovations that will be powered by Conductor OSS. Happy coding to all our contributors, users, and the entire Conductor community!
To preview what's coming in the subsequent releases, check out our Conductor Roadmap.