Community

OMS has an active community of developers who are using the spec to build their reusable applications within their organizations and for developers around the world. We'd love your help to improve and extend the project.

Contribute on GitHub

We are always looking for active contributors in the OMS spec, and the tools that support the ecosystem. Here are a few areas where we would love community contribution in the OMS project. Be sure to follow our community addition guidelines.

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OMS UI

We build a UI tool so that you can test and build your microservices flawlessly.

OMS CLI

We built command line tools that can help you test and deploy your microservices.

OMS Libraries

It can be tedious to write your own `oms.yml` so we want to write libraries for all the popular languages so that it all happens automatically.
We already have written one for Python, and would love your contributions for other languages.

Questions? Thoughts? Ideas?

Awesome, OMS is 100% community-driven so we'd love to hear from you!

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We are under development and open to contribution.
100% open source.