The Brooklyn Project is an Apache 2.0 licensed library and control plane for deploying and managing distributed applications. Brooklyn is a core part of AMP.
Brooklyn was open sourced by Cloudsoft on April 1 2012, and since then AMP and Brooklyn have gone from strength-to-strength with worldwide interest, and projects under management internationally.
Other Open-Source Projects
Cloudsoft is active in a number of other open-source communities working to ensure a closer integration with Brooklyn and applications built using Brooklyn.
We are passionate about bringing business to the cloud, and this leads us to projects that can improve application lifecycle management, increase developer productivity, create portability between cloud providers, and help enterprises harness cloud to improve their customer’s experience.
We are active supporters and contributors to jclouds, and have been involved with the project as it has grown through incubation, to become a full Apache Foundation project.
Cloudsoft are on the technical committees of OASIS TOSCA and CAMP, respectively working to enhance the portability of cloud applications and services, and defining an interoperability standard for managing applications in Platform as a Service (PaaS) environments.