Open Source Community Highlights
Featured VMware Originated Open Source Projects
Spring makes programming Java quicker, easier, and safer for everybody. Spring’s focus on speed, simplicity, and productivity has made it the world's most popular Java framework.
From configuration to security, web apps to big data—whatever the infrastructure needs of your application may be, there is a Spring Project to help you build it. Start small and use just what you need—Spring is modular by design.
Herald provides reliable Bluetooth communication and range finding across a wide range of mobile devices, wearables, and beacons enabling Contact Tracing and other applications to have regular and accurate information making them highly effective.
- Project Herald Joins LFPH to Add Non-GAEN Option for Exposure Notification Technologies
- From Idea to Open Source: A Journey of Innovation with Project Herald
- Why Herald exists, how to get the code, and how to integrate Herald in to your mobile app.
- COVIDSafe captures close contacts with the new Herald Protocol
- Herald on GitHub
Harbor is an open source container image registry that secures images with role-based access control, scans images for vulnerabilities, and signs images as trusted.
- Harbor on GitHub
- Harbor Delivers a Trusted Cloud Native Registry
- Key Enterprise Features
- Harbor 2.0 Takes a giant leap in expanding supported artifacts with OCI support
- Collaborative Leadership: Transparency and Governance Beyond Company Affiliation
- Harbor is Extending its Reach with Distribution Features and Machine Learning
Tern gives you a deeper understanding of your container's bill of materials so you can make better decisions about your container based infrastructure, integration and deployment strategies. It's also a good tool if you are curious about the contents of the container images you have built.
RabbitMQ is the most widely deployed open source message broker and supports multiple messaging protocols. Lightweight and easy to deploy either on premises or in the cloud. RabbitMQ supports both distributed and federated configurations to meet high-scale, high-availability requirements.
Antrea is an open source networking and security project for Kubernetes clusters. The project is designed using Kubernetes architecture and technologies from the ground up and aims to provide an open, flexible and performant networking and security solution for Kubernetes with a focus on operations and scale.
Pinniped is an authentication service for Kubernetes clusters. It’s simple, frictionless, and seamless and can be easily installed on most Kubernetes clusters.
- Pinniped: A Seal of Approval
- Pinniped v0.5.0 release
- Diving Deep into Pinniped's Architecture
- Install and Try Pinniped
Octant is an open source developer-centric web interface for Kubernetes that lets you inspect a Kubernetes cluster and its applications.
Collaboration of hardware vendors, cloud providers, and software developers to accelerate the adoption of Trusted Execution Environment (TEE) technologies and standards