eBPF Summit 2024


  • Are these projects under the eBPF Foundation?

    • This page lists a number of open source projects that use eBPF as the underlying core technology. These projects are not all under the eBPF Foundation but are listed here as a survey of the eBPF project landscape today.
  • Add your project

    1. Make sure that the project is meeting the requirements to be listed. See below.
    2. Open a pull request and provide the required information. Use one of the already listed projects as a template. The ordering of applications is based on the number of Github stars (high to low), updated on a quarterly basis.
    3. The pull request will be reviewed by the community and merged by one of the maintainers. If you have any questions, feel free to ask on Slack.
  • Are you maintaining a listed project?

    • If you are maintaining one of the listed projects and would like to adjust the content. Get in touch on Slack or open a pull request directly.
  • Requirements for a project to be listed

    Projects can be listed on this page as "Major" or "Emerging". The requirements for being listed as "Emerging" are:

    • The project must be open source. All source code must be licensed under an open source license. Any documentation must be licensed under an open license.
    • The project must be using eBPF as its underlying core technology (in other words, a project would lose its purpose if the eBPF parts are removed) or help accelerate the adoption of eBPF in production.
    • The project must be actively maintained.
    • The project must be open to collaboration and have a governance model following open source best-practices.

    In order to be listed as a "Major" project, a project must meet all of the requirements above, plus:

    • The project must have more than 50 contributors.
    • The project must be used in production-like environments with a significant amount of users. Since this information may not be easily discoverable from a link to the project, such information should be included in the pull request description.