OpenMAMA has a knowledgeable, friendly and active community who are available to help whether you’re a novice or an expert. If it isn’t obvious which way is best to contact us, the Gitter channel is a great place to start.
For most ad hoc questions, queries or clarifications, please use Gitter. It is our most active community, and the best place to go for general queries. Feel free to chat here about:
GitHub is our control center for tracking all changes to the OpenMAMA project. We use it for:
We also have some mailing lists available for more involved discussions and general announcements.
The OpenMAMA project is also active on twitter - consider yourself invited to follow and retweet!
The easiest way to obtain OpenMAMA software for Linux services is via our cloudsmith repositories
Our goal is to maintain an environment of professionalism, respect, and innovation within OpenMAMA development.
Please adhere to the following guidelines as you participate in the OpenMAMA project:
The OpenMAMA project applies the “3 strikes” method, with the exception of obvious spammers, trolls, and abuse. Depending upon severity, these may be banned on the first occurrence and without warning.
In addition to community resources, there are also several companies who provide commercial support for both OpenMAMA and related products. Note that neither OpenMAMA nor The Linux Foundation endorse any provider.
If you offer similar services, please contact us and we’ll add your offering to the list.
Vela provide commercial support and professional services for the OpenMAMA API.
Vela also provide high performance middlewares, payloads and complimentary products which can be used with OpenMAMA and for which they procide commercial licensing and support.
For more information on Vela’s OpenMAMA commercial support and services click here.
Cascadium provide Open Source software and bespoke development services for OpenMAMA related projects as well as commercial support for OpenMAMA.
Cascadium currently provide and maintain the ZeroMQ and OMNM middleware and payload bridges.
For more information on Cascadium’s OpenMAMA services click here.
Some projects related to OpenMAMA (such as third party bridges) also provide commercial support for their complimentary software components. This is a non-exhaustive list.
Tick42 produce TREP and Bloomberg bridges and provide independent commercial support and development services to the OpenMAMA community.
Tick42’s GLUE enables streaming prices from desktop OpenMAMA directly to web apps avoiding server permissioning and distribution issues.
For more information on Tick42’s OpenMAMA services click here.
Solace provides a feature rich middleware based around physical and virtual appliances.
The Solace OpenMAMA offering includes middleware, payload and caching products, all built on top of Solace production proven components.
For more information on Solace’s OpenMAMA services click here.
If you offer a service which you feel should be listed on this page please contact us to have it listed.