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Transforming wireless through technology innovation.

PROJECTS

All of our projects are available at github.com/tmobile
next-identity
Highly auditable blockchain-based, access management solution
BLOCKCHAIN
jazz
A platform for building serverless applications
SERVERLESS
keybiner
Library for encoding authorized business functions in an ID token
JAVA
t-vault
Simplified secrets management solution
JAVA

BLOG

Read about T-Mobile technology development, release details and other insights from app teams.
Deploying VMWare Harbor on Azure Kubernetes Service aka AKS

VMware Harbor is an open source all in one enterprise-class container registry that extends open source docker distribut...

By: Prashant Gupta
30 May, 2018 | 7 minutes
Dude where’s my store? using geo distance search queries with Elasticsearch to provide store locator experience

In this post, I will walk through how we use geo distance search queries with Elasticsearch to provide “find a sto...

By: Ram Gopinathan
24 May, 2018 | 6 minutes
Serverless Development Challenges

This article describes the challenges I faced and my observations while designing and developing the Jazz framework. Jaz...

By: Deepu Sundaresan
1 Mar, 2018 | 7 minutes
Introducing Vertx and SpringBoot Java Templates for OpenFaas

Introduction This post is more of an introductory post announcing release of SpringBoot and Vertx Java templates for Ope...

By: Ram Gopinathan
11 Feb, 2018 | 2 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.

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