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This projected was owned and maintained by Walmart. This project has reached its end of life and Walmart no longer supports this project.

We will no longer be monitoring the issues for this project or reviewing pull requests. You are free to continue using this project under the license terms or forks of this project at your own risk. This project is no longer subject to Walmart's bug bounty program or other security monitoring.

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We recommend you take the following action:

  • Review any configuration files used for build automation and make appropriate updates to remove or replace this project
  • Notify other members of your team and/or organization of this change
  • Notify your security team to help you evaluate alternative options

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For security reasons, Walmart does not transfer the ownership of our primary repos on Github or other platforms to other individuals/organizations. Further, we do not transfer ownership of packages for public package management systems.

If you would like to fork this package and continue development, you should choose a new name for the project and create your own packages, build automation, etc.

Please review the licensing terms of this project, which continue to be in effect even after decommission.


OneOps is a multi-cloud Platform as a Service tool sponsored by WalmartLabs. Find out more at

This repository contains the main codebase for all components.


Requirements for building include JDK 8, Maven, Ruby, Bundler and a number of other tools.

A simple build can be performed with

mvn clean install

A running system on a VirtualBox system can be created with Vagrant and the command

mvn clean install -P vagrant

Further details can be found in the core development section on our website.

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