Goldman Sachs runs on open source. For nearly a decade, we have been open sourcing our own products and contributing to existing projects, especially those we use internally.
engineers contributing to open source projects
GS projects contributed as open source
projects to which GS engineers contribute
Goldman Sachs Open Source is one of the key aspects of our developer offering. It’s how we collaborate with the developer community and the way we give back, contribute and strengthen our position in technology.”
— Marco Argenti, Co-Chief Information Officer
Goldman Sachs Open Source Projects
Python toolkit for quantitative finance.
Goldman Sachs jDMN
Decision Model and Notation (DMN) execution engine implemented in Java.
Enterprise-grade object-relational mapping framework for Java.
Projects contributed to foundations
Data modeling platform. Contributed to the Fintech Open Source Foundation (FINOS).
Source code secret scanner. Contributed to the Fintech Open Source Foundation (FINOS).
Comprehensive collections library for Java. Contributed to the Eclipse Foundation.
Projects Recently Contributed to
Distributed SQL query engine for big data analytics.
API and microservice management.
Distributed scalable graph database.
News & Happenings
Six Degrees of Symphony: Open Source in Financial Markets
Listen to Ffion Acland, Global Co-Manager of Data Models and Governance, as she describes why open source is vital for financial services innovation. Ffion also explores Legend, our open sourced data modeling platform.
Meet the Green Software Foundation Organizational Leads: Sarah Hsu of Goldman Sachs
Sarah Hsu is an Associate at Goldman Sachs and works on Site Reliability Engineering. She is very passionate about the Green Software Foundation's educational component, which includes raising awareness, encouraging discussions and amplifying voices.
Open Source Strategy Forum NYC Recap
Recently, members of our Goldman Sachs engineering community had a fantastic experience sharing at the Open Source Strategy Forum (OSSF) in NYC. OSSF was hosted by FINOS (Fintech Open Source Foundation) and the Linux Foundation. The event brought together individuals from the financial services, technology, and open source communities.
Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF)
Serves as the vendor-neutral home for many of the fastest-growing open source projects, including Kubernetes, Prometheus, and Envoy.
Home to the Eclipse IDE, Jakarta EE, and over 350 open source projects, including runtimes, tools, and frameworks for a wide range of technology domains such as the Internet of Things, automotive, geospatial, systems engineering, and many others.
Fintech Open Source Foundation (FINOS)
Accelerate collaboration and innovation in financial services through the adoption of open source software, standards and best practices.
An open and neutral home for the GraphQL community, dedicated to promoting widespread adoption and accelerating development of the surrounding ecosystem.
Green Software Foundation
Building a trusted ecosystem of people, standards, tooling and best practices for green software.
Object Management Group (OMG)
International, open membership, not-for-profit technology standards consortium.
Advocates for open, interchangeable, software-defined solutions at every level of a business application's dependency map.
Open Container Initiative
Lightweight, open governance structure (project), formed under the auspices of the Linux Foundation, for the express purpose of creating open industry standards around container formats and runtime.
Open Source Security Foundation (OpenSSF)
Committed to collaboration and working both upstream and with existing communities to advance open source security for all.
Establishing an Open Source collaboration community to build a data and software platform that will dramatically boost global capital flows into climate change mitigation and resilience.
Independent not-for-profit center established at EPFL.
The Linux Foundation
Provides a neutral, trusted hub for developers to code, manage, and scale open technology projects.
Open community of practitioners who aim to create and share knowledge, collaborate on practices, tools, and other ways to run successful and effective Open Source Program Offices or similar Open Source initiatives.
Featured Open Source Contributors
Lead, GS Quant | "I enjoy sharing some of our quantitative IP with the financial community, as well as students curious about finance. Whether you’re a client or a student working in Python, it’s a great way to get an introduction to financial analytics and show off your skills."
Nima Darivandpour, Ph.D.
Lead, CatchIT | "Open Source is a powerful tool that embraces our core values - collaboration, excellence, and integrity. It's also a reciprocal way to contribute to something greater."