LSP was originally developed for Microsoft Visual Studio Code and is now an open standard. On 2016 June 27, Microsoft announced a collaboration with Red Hat and Codenvy to standardize the protocol's specification.
In 2015, about 200,000 Jupyter notebooks were available on GitHub. By 2018, about 2.5 million were available. In January 2021, nearly 10 million were available, including notebooks about the first observation of gravitational waves and about the 2019 discovery of a supermassive black hole.
Major cloud computing providers have adopted the Jupyter Notebook or derivative tools as a frontend interface for cloud users. Examples include Amazon SageMaker Notebooks, Google's Colaboratory, and Microsoft's Azure Notebook.