We are happy to announce the latest release of our open source project Gozer. Gozer provides a library of EDI X12 parsers in Java for use by anyone in the EDI X12 Community. The focus is on the retail formats. Currently we support DEX 894 and have plans to support ASN 856 soon.
Walmart has long been a a part of the open source community. We are contributors to many projects. And we create and maintain numerous original projects. Today we are pleased to provide you with the new website code.walmartlabs.com, as the main source of information about our open source related work.
Most applications rely on one or more back end services. For successful test execution and fast development, all the dependent backend services should be reliable 100% of the time. However, that may not be possible as the backend services may be down from time to time for various reasons. Or they may have data inconsistency issues that prevent testing and development against live services or at least make it very challenging and time consuming.
With the new release of Midway, the TestArmada team has a solution for you.
Everything operating at Walmart needs to work at scale. Just throwing hardware and cloud-resources at the problem in many cases is not enough.
Event scheduling is one of the situations where we need to add a considerable amount of smarts into the mix. Sandeep Malik has the smarts and experience it takes and he blogged about his solution on our engineering blog.
We are now pleased to announce that the distributed event scheduler BigBen is now open source and available for you all to use and contribute to.
I am sure Sandeep is looking forward to hear about your experience and ready to help you with new features or bug fixes as needed.
Congratulations from the WalmarLabs Open Source Team!
As true hackers, some of our users saw a need to doctor with the usage of nock and created Nocktor. It applies functional testing best practices from @walmartlabs to provide a simple API for recording and replaying mock data.
We are please to share this project with you and look forward to hear your feedback.
As a large retail company we work with standards such as EDI X12 to exchange information within the organization as well as with vendors and partners.
With our new open source project Gozer we are making a Java implementation available to everyone. Gozer is used in production in a number of systems and we are happy to share it with the wider retail and EDI community.
We look forward to hear about your usage and any potential issues you find. We are already busy working on improvements and further format support.