The MSActivatorTM Community

Welcome to the OpenMSA Community, a place for developers & network engineers to engage with others who share a passion for DevOps solutions for the Networking and Security space.

But it’s not just that. It’s a place much needed in an industry that is as fragmented as ours, where tools and vendors are plenty and options to integrate them through a single pane of glass, are few. It’s here to enable and empower those that have the capabilities of connecting these dots, and develop adaptors and services matching their needs and vendor landscape. It is also a forum to share ideas around the OpenMSA, and mentor and collaborate with others members of the community. So take what you need and share plenty in return.

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  • The OpenMSActivatorTM

    The OpenMSA is the open source version of the MSActivator Framework’s core engine and libraries. It is designed to enable developers to write their own adaptor code, microservices and workflows libraries, to support new vendors, new services and new orchestration use cases.

    The open core engine and the adaptors, microservices, and workflows libraries are available on Github. The software can be deployed in combination with an evaluation version of the MSActivatorTM to test all of its feature functions, and as a graphical development framework, enabling developers to design microservices and workflows locally.

    OpenMSA

    Available Downloads

    OpenMSA Freeware

    Need help with the installation?
    Click here for a quick guide.

What do you get?

  • Open source adaptors developed by the community

    Open source adaptors developed by the community

  • Open source core engine

    Open source core engine

  • A free evaluation version of the MSActivator

    A free evaluation version of the MSActivatorTM

  • Microservices examples

    Microservices examples

  • Workflows examples

    Workflows examples

  • Access to documentation and UBiqube dev experts

    Access to documentation and UBiqube dev experts

Have Questions? Find answers in our OpenMSA Google Forum.

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