A group of major technology companies has backed a new open-source software project aimed at making the Linux kernel more programmable.
The change, which was recently announced, is expected to assist IT infrastructure to become more intelligent, scalable, and feature-rich without adding any complexity. Netflix Inc. has all announced that they are supporting the eBPF Foundation, which will now be governed by the Linux Foundation.
Developers can now safely and quickly embed and run sandboxed programs in any type of software, including the operating system kernel, thanks to new open-source technologies.
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