PARIS, Sept. 5, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- Sentry Software, a leading provider of innovative software solutions, proudly announces its membership of the Green Software Foundation (GSF) as a general member. This strategic collaboration reflects Sentry Software's commitment to promoting sustainable practices in the software development industry.
As a general member of the Green Software Foundation, Sentry Software will actively contribute to the foundation's mission of fostering a greener future for this industry. This membership will provide invaluable opportunities to share knowledge, collaborate and network with industry experts. By actively participating in the foundation's initiatives, Sentry Software intends to leverage its expertise and resources to develop and promote green practices throughout the software development lifecycle.
About Sentry Software: Sentry Software is an innovative company specializing in hardware and storage observability since 2004. Its products are used by the world's leading organizations (AT
About the Green Software Foundation: The Green Software Foundation (GSF) is a nonprofit organization formed under the Linux Foundation with the mission of creating a trusted ecosystem of people, standards, tools, and best practices for building green software. The foundation, which convenes and collaborates with industry leaders on open source initiatives, works for a future in which software does not have any harmful effect on the environment.
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For more information about the Green Software Foundation, visit www.greensoftware.foundation.
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