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PROJECTS

All of our projects are available at github.com/tmobile
pacbot
A platform for continuous compliance monitoring, reporting and security automation for the cloud
JAVA
jazz
A platform for building serverless applications
SERVERLESS
next-identity
Highly auditable blockchain-based, access management solution
BLOCKCHAIN
t-vault
Simplified secrets management solution
JAVA
casquatch
Java abstraction layer for Cassandra databases
JAVA
chaostoolkit cf blocker
Plugin for Chaos Toolkit which can block access to Cloud Foundry apps & app’s bound services automatically
PYTHON
chaostoolkit turbulence driver
Plugin for Chaos Toolkit for performing Cloud Foundry platform level attacks
PYTHON
keybiner
Library for encoding authorized business functions in an ID token
JAVA

BLOG

Read about T-Mobile technology development, release details and other insights from app teams.
Introducing PacBot

Gartner predicts that “through 2020, 95 percent of cloud security failures will be the customer’s fault.&rdq...

By: VK Varadharaj
5 Oct, 2018 | 5 minutes
T-Mobile and Open Source: A Look Back on Year One

It was one year ago today (on my birthday) that T-Mobile publicly embraced the open source community with the release of...

By: Nicholas Criss
5 Oct, 2018 | 3 minutes
Introducing Apigee API Gateway for T-Mobile’s Jazz Serverless Development Platform

We are thrilled to announce that serverless (aka FaaS) developers now have a choice to expose their serverless functions...

By: Mudit Purwar
18 Sep, 2018 | 5 minutes
The Start of Chaos Engineering at T-Mobile

Overview At T-Mobile, we have been making a large push toward cloud infrastructures. Through this process, we have been...

By: Matthew Conover & Karun Chennuri
13 Sep, 2018 | 10 minutes

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CODE OF CONDUCT

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CONTRIBUTOR LICENSE AGREEMENT

All T-Mobile open source projects are licensed under the Apache License 2.0. It is a permissive free software license written by the Apache Software Foundation. It requires preservation of the copyright notice and disclaimer. Like other free software licenses, it allows the user the freedom to use the software for any purpose, to distribute it, to modify it, and to distribute modified versions without concern for royalties.

T-MOBILE OSS WORKING GROUP

We champion open source use and contribution throughout T-Mobile and help teams release their projects as open source.

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