To ensure open source projects on mainframe have a sustainable, vendor-neutral home, Open Mainframe Project both open source projects for the mainframe ecosystem as well as supports open source projects broadly that support the mainframe.

Projects hosted by Open Mainframe Project

Ambitus

Ambitus fosters a community that will help educate developers about all open source technologies on z/OS

Anomaly Detection Engine for Linux Logs (ADE)

ADE detects anomalous time slices and messages in Linux logs (either RFC3164 or RFC5424 format) using statistical learning.

Atom language syntax highlighting for z/VM

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.

Feilong

Feilong is an open source z/VM cloud connector project under the Open Mainframe Project umbrella that will accelerate the z/VM adoption, extending its ecosystem and its user experience.

Mentorship Program

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.

Polycephaly

Polycephaly enables developers to build z/OS source code files with Jenkins and Git

TerseDecompress

TerseDecompress helps mainframe users uncompress files on any workstation.

Zorow

z/OS Open Repository of Workflows (zorow), is dedicated to contributing and collaborating on z/OSMF workflows.

Zowe

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.

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