Open Source at AWS

Amazon is part of the open source community: We've been contributing to hundreds of projects for over a decade. We continue to widen our open source collaboration, increasing code contributions and helping to sustain the overall health of open source. We are committed to working with, supporting, and contributing to new and existing open source projects that provide value to our customers and partners. AWS has always aimed to take technology that was traditionally cost-prohibitive and difficult for many organizations to adopt, and make it accessible to a much broader audience. Open source is just one more way that we seek to make technology more accessible to everyone.  

Open Government Solutions

Visit Open Government Solutions to learn from the research and experience of other public sector organizations with open source code, standards, and practices implemented by governments around the world. These resources developed by the public sector can help government agencies at all levels find solutions that have worked for others so that they can accelerate their digital transformation.

AWS Credits for Open Source Projects

AWS promotional credits, typically used to perform upstream and performance testing, CI/CD, or storage of artifacts on AWS, are available for qualified open source projects. Details and application link

 

Building modern APIs with GraphQL
Using open source to re-architect monolithic applications
How Zalando runs Kubernetes clusters at scale on AWS

Open Jobs in Open Source

Twitter

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Latest Posts About Open Source

Enterprise blockchain: AWS's open-source approach
It's always day zero: Working on open source and security
BPF performance analysis at Netflix

Projects & Code

Some Projects We Contribute To

Our Open Source Projects

We have over 2500 projects on GitHub, including:

  • PartiQL query language and specification
  • Amazon Corretto, a no-cost, multiplatform, production-ready distribution of OpenJDK with long-term support
  • AWS Amplify, a comprehensive library for building sophisticated cloud-powered apps
  • AWS App Mesh, a service mesh to manage service-to-service communication
  • aws-cli, the universal Command Line Interface for Amazon Web Services
  • AWS ParallelCluster cluster management tool to deploy and manage HPC clusters in the AWS cloud
  • Chalice, a Python Serverless Microframework for AWS
  • Firecracker, secure and fast microVMs for serverless computing
  • All AWS SDKs are open sourced,including Go, Java, JavaScript, Boto (for Python), PHP, Ruby, and more
  • Runtimes for Lambda: C++ and Rust
  • s2n, an implementation of the TLS/SSL protocols
  • The AWS Serverless Application Model (SAM), an open-source framework for building serverless applications, and SAM CLI.

See more projects – or search for projects in your area of interest – at aws.github.io.

Migrating AWS Lambda's front end from Java 8 to Java 11
Firecracker open-source innovation
Rapid time to value with the open-source Robot Operating System (ROS)

Major Memberships & Sponsorships

Contributing to the AWS Construct Library
Change is coming to robotics development: The shift to ROS 2

Upcoming Open Source Events

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