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oe-cloud (Open Enterprise for Cloud) is an architectural blueprint for building enterprise systems leveraging open source framework and powered by automation tools. It is based on loopback framework. It provides framework enablers and tool-sets for end to end agile development of enterprise applications.

Introduction is built on open source technologies, within a standards-based framework. based components are finely-grained micro-services with well-defined APIs that are integrated using key principles of distributed systems such as :

  • Model Driven Architecture
  • Everything Personalizable
  • Eventual consistency
  • Event-driven
  • Small footprint – Self Boot strapped
  • Cloud Readiness

In addition to the Loopback-provided features, this framework supports the following:

  • Dynamic Model creation or Runtime authoring of Models
  • Dynamic DataSource creation
  • Multi-Tenancy and Tenant/Context-aware Models
  • Automatic History and Audit handling
  • Data level Access Control


  • Nodejs (version > v6.9.1)
  • MongoDB

Getting Started

Install this node module

git clone 
cd oe-cloud
npm install --no-optional


Run node on command line.

node .

Browse all models in browser


Migration from evf-foundation

  • change package.json to point to oe-cloud instead of ev-foundation
  • change require('evf-foundation) statements to require('oe-cloud');
  • change server/app-list.json to use use oe-cloud instead of ev-foundation, otherwiuse you may get error like Cannot find module node_modules/ev-foundation/server/providers.json
  • change connector property in datasources.json and datasources.js, and datasources.docker.js etc. from evmongodb to mongodb
  • npm install node-uuid --no-optional
  • change evf-logger to oe-logger

More information

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The project is licensed under MIT License, See LICENSE for more details.


We welcome contributions. Some of the best ways to contribute are to try things out, file bugs, and join in design conversations.

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