Projects hosted by Open Mainframe Project
Active stage projects have completed the project lifecycle and are considered mature, sustainable open source projects.
Helping connect the next generation with mainframe and open source, the mentorship program has helped students over the past several years become contributors to open source on mainframe, as well as develop the skills for a long career in technology.
Zowe is a new open source software framework that provides solutions that allow development and operations teams to securely, manage, control, script and develop on the Mainframe like any other cloud platform. Zowe is the first open source project based on z/OS.
Incubation stage projects are in the process of establishing governance, diversity, and sustainability within their communities.
Helping connect the next generation with mainframe and open source, the internship program has help students over the past several years become contributors to open source on mainframe, as well as develop the skills for a long career in technology.
CBT Tape is an open library of free software distribution for the IBM mainframe Multiple Virtual Storage (MVS) and OS/390 and z/OS operating system environments that continues to evolve to meet today’s modern needs.
Working groups are non-code collaborations that explore a particular topic or create a cross-collaboration between projects, with a defined purpose and scope.
The COBOL Working Group aims to promote the language by changing its perception and making materials more accessible to help more developers and students learn it on their mainframe journey.