Deutsche Bank Makes Autobahn Platform Code Public

150,000 lines of Autobahn code to be open-sourced and integrated into Symphony messaging platform.

The Autobahn code released by Deutsche Bank can be used to write new applications or update existing ones.

The move marks the first time the German bank has made its technology code available for public use, signaling an entrance into the open-source banking technology space. The code, known as Plexus Interop, is designed to connect numerous different applications across the financial services industry, enabling banks and clients’ systems to communicate directly, removing the need for multiple applications.

“Plexus has been inside the Autobahn platform,” says Jim Adams, CTO, corporate and investment

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