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Congratulations to Apache on ‘Unprecedented Growth’

As a proud sponsor of the Apache Software Foundation, WANdisco are excited to see that the ASF has announced “unprecedented growth” for the first quarter of 2012.

The ASF describes this quarter as “record setting” – which is good news for Apache’s community of top-level projects (including Apache Subversion!) incubating innovations, and of course all of the committers, contributors and users.

“Our landmark success can be attributed to Apache’s longstanding commitment to providing exceptional Open Source products, each with a stable codebase and an active community,” said ASF President Jim Jagielski. “The ASF makes it easy for all contributors, regardless of any affiliations, to collaborate.”

At WANdisco, we’re convinced open source solutions are only increasing in popularity and are also enjoying growth in the enterprise. We believe the ASF’s announcement is further proof that this is the case.

Congratulations, Apache!