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Here are some of our open source projects. We hope you’ll find it useful.
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Reference implementation of OpenLR. A map agnostic, dynamic location referencing method.
James is a Java agent that may be attached to any JVM process and provide operational insight on what's going on under the hood of your service.
Provides a prometheus exporter for monitoring aspects secrets stored on a running HashiCorp Vault server
Commisery is a package to help check whether given commit messages adhere to Conventional Commits. Specifically it checks the syntax and some small aspects of the semantics.