Infrastructure Startups funded by Y Combinator (YC) in the San Francisco Bay Area 2024

May 2024

Browse 73 of the top Infrastructure startups funded by Y Combinator. Headquartered in the San Francisco Bay Area, these are some of the hottest and fastest-growing startups.

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  • Mezmo
    Mezmo (w2015)Active • 172 employees • San Jose, CA, USA
    Mezmo, formerly LogDNA, is an observability platform to manage and take action on your data. It ingests, processes, and routes log data to fuel enterprise-level application development and delivery, security, and compliance use cases. Mezmo was brought to life by three-time co-founders Chris Nguyen and Lee Liu and included in the Winter 2015 batch of Y Combinator. In 2018 the company partnered with tech giant, IBM, to become the sole logging provider for IBM Cloud. Mezmo is on a mission to empower people who build solutions that shape the world. We’re doing this by delivering a platform that enables enterprises to get more value from their observability data in real time, regardless of source, destination, use case, or scale. We’re not the only ones working on this problem but we have a few things the others don’t. We’re cloud-native and know how to make the most of modern technology like Kubernetes. We have scaled a solution from zero to petabyte scale in a short amount of time, while supporting thousands of active users across multiple environments. We are hungry for change and are surrounded by enterprises telling us they’re hungry, too. We have a kick-ass group of people who are thinking about the problem analytically and are excited to change the observability world for the better. Mezmo has helped some of the world’s most innovative companies transform how they manage their systems and applications. Still, we know that we can help them get more value from their observability data by providing more flexibility and control over how they use it. This will enable teams to spend less time switching between data silos so they can focus on shipping better, more resilient, and secure products. We have momentum on our side. Last year we saw triple digit revenue growth and added 800 new customers to our roster. Recent accolades include being named to YC’s Top Companies, CRN’s 10 Hottest DevOps Startups, and EMA’s Top 3 Observability Platforms.
    developer-tools
    devsecops
    saas
    kubernetes
    data-engineering
  • Airtrain AI
    Airtrain AI (s2022)Active • 5 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Airtrain AI is a no-code compute platform for Large Language Models. Proprietary AI models such as GPT-4 are very powerful but also very costly, slow, unreliable, and unsecured. As businesses look to scale their AI prototypes into production-grade products, they struggle with large AI bills, slow APIs and large failure rates. On the other hand, smaller language models have been proven to be able to perform on-part with large ones with fine-tuned on high-quality datasets. Airtrain AI lets AI practitioners explore alternatives to proprietary models, build up training datasets, evaluate, fine-tune, and serve a large selection of open-source LLMs.
    aiops
    artificial-intelligence
    developer-tools
    saas
    cloud-computing
  • SimpleHash
    SimpleHash (w2022)Active • San Francisco, CA, USA
    SimpleHash allows developers to query all NFT data from a single platform. We index multiple blockchains, take care of edge cases, and can be integrated in a few lines of code. We make the lives of developers working with NFT data easier by abstracting away all the complexity. We serve some of the leading names in crypto / web3, including Brave, Rarible, Phantom and Nansen. We're growing quickly, are well-funded, and have an ambitious vision to organize the world of NFTs and digital assets. Join us if you're excited by a high impact role on a lean, fast paced team at the forefront of the revolution in digital assets.
    developer-tools
    saas
    crypto-web3
    nft
  • Protocol Labs
    Protocol Labs (s2014)Active • 130 employees • Palo Alto, CA, USA
    Protocol Labs is an open-source research, development, and deployment laboratory. Our projects include IPFS, Filecoin, libp2p, and many more. We aim to make human existence orders of magnitude better through technology. Some of our projects. IPFS makes the web work peer-to-peer. IPFS is a protocol for storing, addressing, and transferring data, designed to replace HTTP in many contexts. IPFS uses content-addressing to uniquely identify and link to information. IPFS is one of the leading protocols of Web3, crypto, and the decentralized web movements. IPFS serves millions of end users and tens of thousands of developers. It powers the websites and applications of small startups, large enterprises, and even blockchains. Filecoin is a decentralized storage network, designed to store humanity's most important information. Filecoin is a cryptocurrency incentivized decentralized market, where storage providers earn filecoin tokens for renting out storage space. (Think airbnb for cloud storage). Filecoin is one of the leading projects in the cryptocurrency/blockchain space.
    crypto-web3
    open-source
  • Wasmer
    Wasmer (s2019)Active • 11 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    We are working on the software that will power the next generation of Cloud Computing (Edge Computing) platforms using WebAssembly. You can see us as a mix between Docker (but 100x more performant in startup time, and with 100x more lightweight containers), npm (we released the first WebAssembly package manager: wapm.io) and the JVM (but more universal).
    developer-tools
    open-source
  • Airbyte
    Airbyte (w2020)Active • 110 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Airbyte is the leading open-source ELT platform that replicates data from applications, APIs & databases to data warehouses, data lakes, and other destinations. https://github.com/airbytehq/airbyte
    developer-tools
    open-source
    data-engineering
  • Ninite
    Ninite (w2008)Active • 2 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    The BaseShield App Store is a distribution platform for Windows software. Users can download and install applications with one click, and each application runs in its own secure virtual space. It is an open platform where third party developers can publish their applications. Developers who deploy their apps this way can rely on the built-in installer, update function, security and eventually payment processing.
    devops
  • Convore
    Convore (w2022)Active • 4 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Universal conversation API for developers
    artificial-intelligence
    developer-tools
    saas
    api
    email
  • Cortex
    Cortex (w2020)Active • 50 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    ​​Cortex is an internal developer portal built to accelerate the path to engineering excellence. Companies like Docker, TripAdvisor, and Dropbox use Cortex to catalog, score, and assign action to improve service quality and velocity, so devs can get back to work that drives the business forward.
    developer-tools
    saas
    b2b
  • Denormalized
    Denormalized (s2022)Active • 2 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Denormalized is a serverless real-time data platform that allows users to query data quickly while eliminating the need to manage complex infrastructure. It enhances developer productivity by automating schema inference from sample data and simplifying data stream creation allowing engineers to go from idea to production fast. Denormalized supports SQL for data transformations without needing complex stream processing systems like Flink.
    analytics
    infrastructure
  • Freshpaint
    Freshpaint (s2019)Active • 45 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Our customers use Freshpaint to make their websites and entire marketing stack HIPAA compliant. It's impossible to use modern analytics and marketing tools without sharing sensitive HIPAA-regulated data. Our platform does the hard thing of moving data from A to B. And then we do the really hard thing of controlling the flow of sensitive HIPAA-regulated data to various 3rd-party marketing tools. We're building the data infrastructure that safeguards patient privacy while also enabling marketing teams promote access to healthcare.
    developer-tools
    saas
    b2b
  • Telophase
    Telophase (s2023)Active • 2 employees • New York, NY, USA
    Top tech companies such as Uber, Samsara, Modern Treasury, Slack, and others partition their infrastructure to improve reliability and expand globally. The Telophase platform enables your company to do the same, in days not months.
    developer-tools
    b2b
    infrastructure
  • Inscribe
    Inscribe (s2018)Active • 47 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Inscribe’s award-winning Risk Intelligence technology is the most effective way for fintechs and banks to automate manual reviews. Inscribe can reduce fraud losses and operational costs while increasing the accuracy and efficiency of risk decisions. Founded in 2017, Inscribe is trusted by leading fintechs like TripActions, Plaid, Bluevine, and Ramp. Inscribe is backed by Threshold Ventures, Uncork Capital, Y Combinator, Crosslink Capital, and Foundry, and is headquartered in San Francisco, CA. Learn more at inscribe.ai.
    artificial-intelligence
    fintech
    fraud-detection
  • IOMETE
    IOMETE (w2022)Active • 6 employees • Mountain View, CA, USA
    The IOMETE data lakehouse platform unifies all data - regardless of where the data resides - enabling large-scale analytics (BI/ML/AI) on the entire data set.
    analytics
  • Docker
    Docker (s2010)Active • 201 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Docker is the world’s leading software container platform. Developers use Docker to eliminate “works on my machine” problems when collaborating on code with co-workers. Operators use Docker to run and manage apps side-by-side in isolated containers to get better compute density. Enterprises use Docker to build agile software delivery pipelines to ship new features faster, more securely and with confidence for both Linux and Windows Server apps.
    open-source
    devops
    enterprise-software
  • BricksAI
    BricksAI (s2022)Active • 2 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    BricksAI is an open-source AI gateway that helps you manage how each of your services is calling different LLM providers. You can create API keys with rate-limits, spend-limits, and expiration dates, then use them to make requests to different LLMs. With our SSO dashboard, you also get (1) role-based access control, and (2) fine-grained metrics (e.g. cost, number of requests, tokens) over each API key.
    developer-tools
    b2b
  • Svix
    Svix (w2021)Active • 10 employees • New York, NY, USA
    Svix is the enterprise ready and open source webhooks service. Webhooks are a pain. Developers need to worry about deliverability, retries, monitoring and security. All of which are different for webhooks compared to the rest of the stack. We turn all of that into a simple API call. Svix is sending billions of webhooks for customers both large (Fortune 50) and small (startups), and is backed by Y Combinator, Andreessen Horowitz (a16z), Aleph, and founders and CTOs of companies such as Github, PagerDuty, Segment and Lookout.
    developer-tools
    open-source
    api
  • AssemblyAI
    AssemblyAI (s2017)Active • 65 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    AssemblyAI is an applied AI company. We research, train, and deploy State-of-the-Art AI models for developers and product teams to integrate into their products/apps. Today, we offer AI models for audio transcription, content moderation, summarization, topic detection, and many other tasks. We are working towards building the "Stripe for AI models" - where developers and product teams will be able to easily access State-of-the-Art AI through a simple API. We're a fully remote team of AI researchers and ML engineers, and have raised over $65M in funding from top investors including Accel, Insight Partners, Y Combinator, John/Patrick Collison, Daniel Gross, and Nat Friedman.
    artificial-intelligence
    deep-learning
    developer-tools
  • Fivetran
    Fivetran (w2013)Active • 1,200 employees • Oakland, CA, USA
    Fivetran automates data movement out of, into and across cloud data platforms. We automate the most time-consuming parts of the ELT process from extracts to schema drift handling to transformations, so data engineers can focus on higher-impact projects with total pipeline peace of mind. With 99.9% uptime and self-healing pipelines, Fivetran enables hundreds of leading brands across the globe, including Autodesk, Conagra Brands, JetBlue, Lionsgate, Morgan Stanley, and Ziff Davis, to accelerate data-driven decisions and drive business growth. Fivetran is headquartered in Oakland, California, with offices around the world. 
    saas
    b2b
    analytics
    data-engineering
  • Coris
    Coris (s2022)Active • 2 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Coris is a Risk API for SaaS companies and Fintechs that underwrite SMBs. We built the risk systems at eBay, PayPal, WePay, and Google. Leveraging our expertise, we were able to build the product in less than 3 months, launch it within few weeks, and already have live pilots with companies such as Housecall Pro and Wave Accounting
    fintech
    insurance
  • ZeFi
    ZeFi (w2020)Active • 5 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    ZeFi is a zk native cloud platform that lets developers build and deploy zero knowledge circuits directly on the cloud. With one click deployment and instant provisioning of APIs for proof generation, you can go to to market with your zk circuits instantly.
    developer-tools
    crypto-web3
  • Etleap
    Etleap (w2013)Active • 11 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Etleap is an ETL solution for creating perfect data pipelines from day one. Unlike other enterprise solutions, Etleap doesn’t require extensive engineering work to set up, maintain, and scale. It automates most ETL setup and maintenance work, and simplifies the rest into 10-minute tasks that analysts can own.
    data-engineering
  • Bitmovin
    Bitmovin (s2015)Active • 145 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Bitmovin has been a first mover in almost every significant development in online video, from building and deploying the world’s first (and fastest) commercial adaptive streaming (MPEG-DASH/HLS) HTML5 Player, to being the first to achieve 100x realtime encoding speeds in the cloud. Bitmovin provides HEVC as well as VP9 live streaming with 60FPS and 4K resolution, and built the first containerized video encoding solution with Docker and Kubernetes. Bitmovin products are completely in-house developed, easy and fast to integrate and highly customizable. In combination with our great support, documentation and SLAs, this is a true enterprise offering. To find out more about Bitmovin’s video infrastructure solutions, or about any individual products, contact sales@bitmovin.com, or visit our website: bitmovin.com
    developer-tools
    video
  • imgix
    imgix (s2011)Active • 65 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Nobody should have to employ expensive imaging scientists and engineers for their business to get the most out of their visual media. This is where imgix has your back. imgix is a platform for managing, processing, rendering, optimizing, and delivering your existing visual assets so that you can meet the demands of your business and your team can stay focused on what they do best. The business demands on web visual media can blindside even the most hyper-aware content teams and developers. Just to be competitive on the Internet, you need your images to be sized perfectly to every device, served in one of any of a half dozen web formats, optimized to the absolute best perceptual quality while maintaining pinpoint performance, and distributed to wherever your users are, anywhere in the world. And that is just the baseline. Next-level imaging concerns like copyright, licensing, accessibility, moderation, illegal or explicit content, "fake news", and more, can threaten your business at any moment if not handled properly. Get any of these things wrong and you are shedding revenue, ceding ground to competitors, and potentially exposing your business to extreme liability. By working with imgix's powerful APIs, SDKs, user interfaces, and integrations, you can rest assured that any demands on your images and videos will always be met, now and into the future, without you having to invest in building it yourself or patching together a mishmash of open source and third-party technologies. Our platform is designed to ensure that your images are always working for your business and never against it. imgix was launched through the famed Y Combinator accelerator program. Its customers include Google, Lyft, Kickstarter, AirBnb, Coursera, Bonobos, Spotify, Vimeo, Bustle, and many others.
    developer-tools
    saas
    video
  • FlowDeploy
    FlowDeploy (w2022)Active • 3 employees • Mountain View, CA, USA
    FlowDeploy helps bioinformaticians manage their data analysis pipelines. We provide everything they need to try, run, develop, and share their pipelines. That includes integrations with AWS, Snakemake, Nextflow, GitHub, Slack, SSO, and more, as well as a clean API and web app for launching and monitoring pipelines and managing their data. FlowDeploy is built for bioinformaticians: it doesn't restrict how pipelines are built and managed, as long as a bioinformatics workflow manager like Nextflow or Snakemake is used. But it does eliminate several footguns like idle spend and accidental data egress, and it reduces the potential for users accidentally sharing credentials. FlowDeploy runs the pipelines in either our managed cloud or the customer's cloud – eliminating the need to transfer data externally. Non-computational biologists can use FlowDeploy, too: features like pipelines templates decrease the complexity to launch a new pipeline, which reduces user error and decreases the need for advanced cloud training for non-computational users.
    developer-tools
    drug-discovery
    data-engineering
  • Sieve
    Sieve (w2022)Active • 6 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Sieve is a new kind of specialized cloud built specifically around video / audio understanding and generation use cases. We have a set of production-ready APIs available out of the box, and tooling that makes it easy to combine various models together in your apps — and share them with your team as an intuitive AI playground.
    artificial-intelligence
    video
  • Expo
    Expo (s2016)Active • 23 employees • Palo Alto, CA, USA
    Expo lets developers write apps that are written in JavaScript and run natively on Android, iOS, and the web. Our cloud services that work with all Expo and React Native apps, named Expo Application Services (EAS), further speeds up teams by helping them get to the app stores as fast as possible and continue growing. We believe that mobile apps provide a better experience than websites, but making apps is much more difficult than it needs to be. With Expo, we're bringing together the best of the web, like its development speed, fast iteration cycles, easy deploys, and automatic cross-platform support, and the performance, device capabilities, and user experience of native apps.
    developer-tools
  • Activeloop
    Activeloop (s2018)Active • 15 employees • Mountain View, CA, USA
    We provide a simple API for creating, storing, versioning, and collaborating on multi-modal AI datasets of any size. With Activeloop's open-core stack, you can rapidly transform and stream data while training models at scale. Deep Lake powers foundational model training by acting as a vector database with significant benefits, such as (1) the ability to use multi-modal datasets to fine-tune your own LLM models, (2) storing both the embeddings and the original data with automatic version control, so no embedding re-computation is needed (3) truly serverless service with no vendor lock-in. How cool is that? GitHub loves us - we're one of the fastest-growing libraries there, and we're used by little-known companies like Google, Waymo, and Intel. No big deal. Our founding team hails from places like Princeton, Stanford, Google, and Tesla, and we're backed by Y Combinator & other Silicon Valley heavyweights. Activeloop is hiring, and we want you! Check out our open roles on our YC page and join the fun. 10-min demo: https://activeloop.wistia.com/medias/aibvo0dst2 Whitepaper: https://www.deeplake.ai/whitepaper
    computational-storage
    deep-learning
    generative-ai
    computer-vision
    open-source
  • Replicate
    Replicate (w2020)Active • 27 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    artificial-intelligence
    developer-tools
    machine-learning
    community
    open-source
  • Mux
    Mux (w2016)Active • 140 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Mux is an API-first video platform designed by experts to make world-class video streaming and analytics possible for every development team. Self-optimizing videos take the guesswork out of encodings, delivery, and renditions. Mux makes your video look beautiful on every device, every time. We offer two products, Mux Video and Mux Data. Mux Video is a simple API to advanced video streaming. Powered by data and designed by video experts, Mux Video makes beautiful video possible for every development team. Post a video or live stream with a single API call, and watch it within seconds. Mux Video handles the encoding, storage, and delivery. QoE and performance analytics provided by Mux Data is included by default for every Mux video stream.This real-time data is used to create the right renditions for every device and title, resulting in greater reliability and better viewer experiences. Mux Data is a Quality of Experience analytics platform that measures the performance metrics that actually matter to viewers: rebuffering, startup time, video quality, and errors. Our intuitive dashboard quickly gives users the insight to find issues and make improvements through features like A/B testing, industry-wide scores, alerts, and detailed information about every single video view. The product works out of the box on HTML5, iOS, Android, and major OTT platforms. All data is available via exports and APIs, making it easy to integrate Mux Data into other systems.
    developer-tools
    video
    api
  • Pipekit
    Pipekit (s2021)Active • 7 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Our app manages Argo Workflows for data teams, enabling complex data & CI pipelines in half the time while saving companies hundreds of thousands of dollars annually. Argo Workflows is an open-source pipeline framework for Kubernetes that’s used in production by Bloomberg, Intuit, Adobe, New Relic, NVIDIA, and many other open-source early adopters.
    developer-tools
    open-source
    data-engineering
    devops
  • AccessOwl
    AccessOwl (s2022)Active • 4 employees • Berlin, Germany
    AccessOwl automates employee SaaS account provisioning and permissioning for any tool. IT teams from companies like Zeplin and Sary save 30 minutes on every request. Access management used to be an enterprise problem. With work from home, exploding SaaS usage and the need for SOC2 certifications startups have the same problems as enterprises. Mathias and Philip have built several startups and teams before and experienced the same problems around access management over and over again. Philip was the CEO and Co-Founder of blik, an award winning IoT solution that was used by Volkswagen and BMW. Mathias built the leading private payment infrastructure provider in Germany as well as the first digital car insurance as Co-Founder and CTO. Based on these experiences we decided to build a solution we wish we could have used when building our former companies. AccessOwl can be deployed within minutes instead of weeks by simply installing a Slack application. We save companies that use AccessOwl 30 minutes for every access request, on- and offboarding.
    saas
    b2b
    compliance
    security
  • Signadot
    Signadot (w2020)Active • 8 employees • San Mateo, CA, USA
    Signadot is a Kubernetes-native platform that accelerates the development of microservices based applications. Using Signadot developers test and preview their code changes early in the development lifecycle and iterate 10x faster.
    developer-tools
    kubernetes
  • LanceDB
    LanceDB (w2022)Active • 10 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    LanceDB is a new open-source vector database that can support low-latency billion-scale vector search on a single node. Built around a new columnar data format, LanceDB makes it incredibly easy to build applications for generative AI, recsys, search engines, content moderation, and more.
    aiops
    machine-learning
    data-engineering
  • Apollo
    Apollo (s2011)Active • 200 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Apollo GraphQL is the leader in open source and commercial GraphQL technologies. Apollo’s open-source GraphQL client, server, and gateway are downloaded more than 17M times per month and used in production by over 30% of the Fortune 500. Customers like Walmart, Expedia, Glassdoor, Audi, and PayPal, use the Apollo Graph Platform to unify their GraphQL efforts, collaborate on graph development, and safely iterate on their graphs. Based in San Francisco, Apollo is backed by Insight Partners, Andreessen Horowitz, Matrix Partners, Trinity Ventures, Y Combinator and individual investors.
    developer-tools
    open-source
    graphql
  • Teleport
    Teleport (s2015)Active • 200 employees • Oakland, CA, USA
    Our open source Infrastructure Access Platform helps developers and security professionals to simplify secure access to servers, Kubernetes, internal web apps, databases, and cloud provider APIs across all environments.
    developer-tools
    devsecops
    next-gen-network-security
  • Hydra
    Hydra (w2022)Active • 6 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Open source Snowflake alternative. Query billions of rows instantly on column-oriented Postgres. Hydra can be used as open source, managed cloud, or deployable in customer cloud infrastructure. Get parallelized analytics in minutes with no code changes
    developer-tools
    analytics
    open-source
    data-engineering
  • Aquarium Learning
    Aquarium Learning (s2020)Active • 12 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    ML models are only as good as the datasets they're trained on, and that means that most improvement to model performance comes from improvement to the quality and diversity of their datasets. Our tooling makes it easy for ML teams to find anomalies + failure patterns in their datasets and fix these problems by editing / adding the right data. So the next time you retrain your model, it just gets better.
    deep-learning
    developer-tools
    generative-ai
    machine-learning
    ai
  • Dojah Inc
    Dojah Inc (w2022)Active • 22 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Dojah is an end-to-end AI Powered Fraud Prevention and KYC Platform. From onboarding to ongoing monitoring, we are helping businesses fight financial crime and onboard customers faster.
    artificial-intelligence
    fintech
    saas
    identity
  • Eventual
    Eventual (w2022)Active • 5 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Eventual is a data warehouse for ML/AI. We are building an integrated development experience for data scientists and engineers to build ML/AI applications which query and process multimodal data (images, video, audio and 3D scans). Daft (https://www.getdaft.io) is our open-sourced distributed data query engine. It has a Python Dataframe API and is built in Rust, providing both ease of use and performance for use-cases such as ML data engineering, training data ingestion and general data analytics. We are funded by investors such as Caffeinated Capital, Array.vc and top angels in the valley from Databricks, Meta and Lyft. Our team has deep expertise in high performance computing, big data technologies, cloud infrastructure and machine learning.
    computer-vision
  • Warrant
    Warrant (s2021)Active • 3 employees • Los Angeles, CA, USA
    Warrant is an open source authorization service that helps developers implement and enforce access control in their applications. Warrant serves as a dedicated, centralized platform for handling user authorization and access control so engineering teams can focus on building their core products.
    developer-tools
    b2b
    open-source
    api
  • Ollama
    Ollama (w2021)Active • Palo Alto, CA, USA
    artificial-intelligence
    developer-tools
    open-source
  • Rootly
    Rootly (s2021)Active • 52 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    At Rootly, we are a mission to be the go-to way companies respond when things go wrong, helping every organization be more reliable. We do this by building an industry leading incident management platform that allows companies around the world consistently and quickly resolve incidents. We are not simply transforming an industry, we are carving an entirely new +$B segment ourselves and need incredible talent to achieve this ambitious goal together. Customers love Rootly. Some of the fastest growing companies around the world such as NVIDIA, Figma, Canva, Tripadvisor, Squarespace and more rely on Rootly to power their critical incident management process. They obsess over our delightful enterprise-ready platform and unique partnership model.
    developer-tools
    saas
    b2b
  • Virtualmin
    Virtualmin (w2007)Active • 2 employees • Mountain View, CA, USA
    Virtualmin is taking on the lack of innovation in the server admin programs, like Plesk, by making a more accessable version for pages managed by the non-technical crowd. The program will feature simple installs of popular programs like content management systems that often cost extra on other providers. It will also let you administer your website from your desktop and mobile device.
  • Mozart Data
    Mozart Data (s2020)Active • 24 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Mozart Data provides an out-of-the-box modern data stack that empowers anyone to easily consolidate, organize, and prepare their data for analysis. Spin up a data stack that’s built on a best-in-class data warehouse and ETL tool in hours, without any engineering. You can finally spend more time on generating insights and less time wrangling your data.
    saas
    b2b
    data-engineering
  • Wingback
    Wingback (w2022)Active • 12 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Wingback provides tools and APIs for SaaS pricing and packaging. We are infrastructure that allows SaaS startups to deploy any set of features of their product using any pricing model. It enables non-technical teams to implement pricing and packaging changes and execute product-led growth campaigns without engineering involvement.
    fintech
    saas
    api
    enterprise
    infrastructure
  • SingleStore
    SingleStore (w2011)Active • 150 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    MemSQL is The No-Limits DatabaseTM, powering modern applications and analytical systems with a cloud-native, massively scalable architecture for maximum ingest and query performance at the highest concurrency. MemSQL envisions a world where every business can make decisions in real-time and every experience is optimized through data. Global enterprises use the MemSQL distributed database to easily ingest, process, analyze, and act on data in order to thrive in today’s insight-driven economy. MemSQL is optimized to run on any public cloud or on-premises with commodity hardware. Visit www.memsql.com or follow us @memsql. Headquartered in San Francisco, CA with offices in Seattle, WA and Portland OR, MemSQL has raised over $100M from top investors including GV, Accel Partners, and Khosla Ventures, among others. MemSQL is trusted by customers including Uber, Akamai, Dell EMC, Samsung, Comcast, Kellogg, and more. If you want to work at a company that celebrates diversity, innovation, leadership, and creativity every day, check out our openings at https://www.memsql.com/careers/.
  • InfluxData
    InfluxData (w2013)Active • 210 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    InfluxData, the creators of InfluxDB, delivers a modern Open Source Platform built from the ground up for analyzing metrics and events (time series data) for DevOps and IoT applications. Whether the data comes from humans, sensors, or machines, InfluxData empowers developers to build next-generation monitoring, analytics, and IoT applications faster, easier, and to scale delivering real business value quickly. Based in San Francisco, InfluxData customers include Autodesk, Cisco, eBay, and Coupa. Visit https://www.influxdata.com.
    analytics
    open-source
    time-series
    databases
  • Heroku
    Heroku (w2008)Acquired • 300 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Heroku, a Salesforce company and industry pioneer in platform as a service (PaaS), enables developers to build and run applications entirely in the cloud. Heroku provides companies from startups to Fortune 500 enterprises with a faster and more effective way to create, deploy, and manage apps. Heroku operates the world’s largest PaaS, continuously delivering millions of apps with 6+ million container deployments, 60+ billion routing requests, and 10+ terabytes of application logs per day.
  • Redspread
    Redspread (w2016)Acquired0 • Mountain View, CA, USA
    Redspread is a collaborative deployment tool for managing environments from development to production. It enables the deployment of Docker projects to a Kubernetes cluster using a single command. Redspread was launched in 2015 and is based in San Francisco, California.
    developer-tools
  • Firebase
    Firebase (s2011)Acquired • 500 employees • Mountain View, CA, USA
    Firebase is a mobile platform that gives developers the tools and infrastructure to build better apps and grow successful businesses Firebase was acquired by Google in October, 2014. Learn more at firebase.google.com
  • Clustrix
    Clustrix (w2006)Acquired • 51 employees • 1737 Haight St, San Francisco, CA 94117, USA
    Clustrix provides the leading scale-out relational database engineered for the cloud or data center. ClustrixDB is a drop-in replacement for MySQL and an ideal solution for high-transaction, high-value workloads typically found in businesses such as ad tech, e-commerce, gaming, and large web and mobile businesses. Our customers use ClustrixDB for critical business applications that support massive transactional volume. ClustrixDB delivers more than twenty-five trillion transactions per month for customers including AOL, Nielsen, Match, MakeMyTrip, Photobox, Rakuten, and Symantec. Headquartered in San Francisco, Clustrix is funded by HighBar Partners, Sequoia Capital, U.S. Venture Partners, ATA Ventures, and Y Combinator. ClustrixDB is available in software that runs on commodity hardware and on any cloud. Visit www.clustrix.com to learn more. Follow @Clustrix on Twitter and "like"​ us on Facebook! #BetterSQL
  • Pachyderm
    Pachyderm (w2015)Acquired • 60 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Pachyderm is a tool for production data pipelines. If you need to chain together data scraping, ingestion, cleaning, munging, wrangling, processing, modeling, and analysis in a sane way, then Pachyderm is for you. If you have an existing set of scripts which do this in an ad-hoc fashion and you're looking for a way to "productionize" them, Pachyderm can make this easy for you.
    developer-tools
    machine-learning
    data-science
  • Amiato (w2012)Acquired • 2 employees • Palo Alto, CA, USA
    Amiato's real-time integration service moves your data to where it's most valuable to you. Today's flexible databases like MongoDB and CouchBase let agile businesses accelerate and scale their operations, but analyzing their data has been elusive. Amiato unlocks the value of that unstructured data by bridging the gap to familiar tools in the rich structured world of BI, all with zero setup work. Run reports, do interactive ad-hoc analysis, and combine disparate silos. Our Schema-lift (TM) technology allows you to immediately integrate new endpoints and seamlessly keep up with changes in your data. We get customers up and running in a day instead of weeks, and let them focus on business instead of wrestling infrastructure.
    analytics
    big-data
  • Cloudkick (w2009)Acquired • 11 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Cloudkick is system to manage cloud servers, such as the Rackspace Cloud and Amazon's EC2. Cloudkick provides an easy to use monitoring/alerting solution to support your production infrastructure on the cloud. Cloudkick also gives you a window into your cloud deployment by providing detailed graphs on the health of your servers, and tools to categorize and keep information about what each server is doing. Cloudkick's mission is to make cloud servers easy to use, where ever the customer needs them.
  • Armory
    Armory (w2017)Acquired • 90 employees • San Mateo, CA, USA
    Your software is your competitive advantage, and your customer experience is everything. Armory Continuous Deployment solutions empower you and your teams to confidently deploy every application, every time; safely and securely, so you can accelerate your time-to-market, increase stability, and decrease customer-impacting issues.
    developer-tools
    devsecops
  • Cryptoseal
    Cryptoseal (s2011)Acquired • 3 employees • Mountain View, CA, USA
    CryptoSeal provides Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) as a service.
    cloud-workload-protection
    devsecops
    next-gen-network-security
  • Apportable (w2011)Acquired • 51 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Apportable allows developers to cross-compile Objective-C apps to Android, without maintaining a separate code base in Java. It is used by many top-rated iOS games like Kingdom Rush and Osmos to deploy to Android stores using their existing Objective-C or C++ code.
  • RethinkDB (s2009)Acquired • 11 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    RethinkDB is the first open-source scalable database for the realtime web. It exposes an exciting new access model -- instead of polling for changes, the developer can tell the database to continuously push updated query results to applications in realtime. RethinkDB allows developer to build scalable realtime apps in a fraction of the time with fewer engineering resources. RethinkDB features a pleasant and powerful query language that has useful queries like table joins and groupBy, a highly parallelized architecture, and web tools for managing clusters.
    open-source
  • AeroFS
    AeroFS (s2010)Acquired • 11 employees • Palo Alto, CA, USA
    AeroFS enterprise file sync and share & collaboration solution deploys on your infrastructure. Your files remain secured by your own security protocols, removing the risk associated with relying on your vendors to secure your data. The service has a Dropbox like user experience. Now, both the end user and the IT team can both get what they are looking for out of a file sharing tool. We are funded by some of Silicon Valley's best investors and entrepreneurs: Avalon Ventures A16Z Seed YCombinator SVAngel Chris Sacca (Lowercase Capital) Maynard Webb (COO eBay) Jerry Yang (Founder Yahoo!) Paul Buchheit (Founder FriendFeed) We're hiring! https://aerofs.com/company/careers You will have the opportunity to work as part of a small team. This means that you will be "CEO" of whatever you create. Our size gives us agility in ways that large companies do not have: We push out code almost daily (on a desktop platform!) to thousands of users. We're not just building a company; we're building a family. Many of us are new to the area, so company trips, get togethers, and BBQs are par for the course!
    collaboration
    security
    enterprise
  • Peer5
    Peer5 (w2017)Acquired • 11 employees • Palo Alto, CA, USA
    Peer5's P2P CDN improves content delivery for live and on demand video streams. As video streaming continues to become more mainstream and the streams themselves become HD and 4K, traditional CDNs struggle to deliver high quality viewing experiences. Many publishers try to keep up with peak demand by paying for more servers, many of which are almost never used and struggle with video playback. Not only is this expensive, but it's also inefficient, which is why at Peer5, we've created a P2P CDN to boost your video streaming capabilities. Our CDN works with your servers to ensure that as your viewership increases, your network gets stronger by offloading bandwidth to our peer network. On average, this has been shown to increase server capacity by 20x, offload 70% of bandwidth, increase viewing time by 30% and decrease instances of rebuffering by 40%. Our video streaming CDN uses emerging technologies, including HTML5 and WebRTC. They require no installation by end users and offer easy integration for content providers. We support many different streaming protocols, players and media servers.
    video
  • Zencoder (w2010)Acquired • 11 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Zencoder is a cloud-based video and audio encoding product suite from Brightcove (NASDAQ: BCOV), a leading global provider of cloud content services. The Zencoder service provides customers with high quality, reliable encoding of live and on-demand video and access to unlimited video encoding power without having to pay for, manage and scale expensive hardware and software.
    video
    api
  • Compose (s2011)Acquired • 51 employees • San Mateo, CA, USA
    Compose is a fully-managed platform used by developers to deploy, host, and scale databases to help you conquer the data layer. www.compose.io
    devops
    databases
  • Nestybox
    Nestybox (s2020)Acquired • 2 employees • San Jose, CA, USA
    Nestybox creates software that enables Linux containers to act like virtual machines. This increases the use cases for containers and gives enterprises a less expensive and more flexible alternative to virtual machines in many scenarios. Our first product is a "container runtime", the software that creates the containers. It's called "Sysbox" and integrates with the popular Docker and Kubernetes engines, enabling these tools to deploy containers that act like virtual machines. This technology provides software engineers with an alternative to VMs, one that easier to use, much more efficiency, and easily migrated across clouds. Hacker News Launch: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=24084758
    developer-tools
    devsecops
  • Pixate
    Pixate (s2012)Acquired • 10 employees • Palo Alto, CA, USA
    Pixate was acquired by Google, Inc. in July 2015. * Pixate was founded in May 2012 with the goal of enabling designers and developers to create beautiful, native mobile apps quickly and easily. Pixate's flagship product, the Pixate Engine for iOS, integrates a CSS-based styling engine, graphics rendering system, and a SVG-subset for supporting scalable vector graphics. The CSS-based stylings can be changed at run-time and can be downloaded and updated on-demand. The Pixate Engine for iOS version 1.0 is currently available for purchase or for trial download at pixate.com. Pixate was a Y-Combinator Summer 2012 participant and raised early funding through a successful Kickstarter campaign in 2012.
    design
  • Blockspring
    Blockspring (s2014)Acquired • 3 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Blockspring helps small businesses and merchants integrate APIs into their productivity tools without any code - useful for report automation, lead generation, and building dynamic landing pages. It is recognized by Gartner, wired, BI, and Techcrunch for API data management.
    analytics
  • Bitnami (w2013)Acquired • 75 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Packaged Applications for Any Platform. Bitnami has automated the ability to package, deploy and maintain applications, lowering the barrier to adoption for anyone to deploy and maintain a full spectrum of server applications, development stacks and infrastructure applications in virtually any format. Simply click to deploy any one of 120+ ready-to-run applications from the Bitnami Application Catalog or use Bitnami Stacksmith to package and migrate your custom in-house applications to the cloud. For more information, visit www.Bitnami.com, or follow us on Twitter (@Bitnami) and Facebook.
    developer-tools
  • Satsuma
    Satsuma (s2021)Acquired • 5 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Satsuma is a developer tool for building applications on top of real-time blockchain data. Our product lets developers take decoded data from multiple chains, customize it for their use cases, and access it through API endpoints. Blockchains serve as distributed databases for these products, holding their most important data. However, it’s difficult to access and query that data. We believe this friction is an enormous blocker for web3 developers and that better tooling will enable mass adoption for web3. We’re a founding team of engineers, having built data infrastructure and product as early employees at Airtable, Heap, and Y Combinator.
    developer-tools
    saas
    crypto-web3
    data-engineering
  • Jido Maps
    Jido Maps (w2018)Acquired • 6 employees • Berkeley, CA, USA
    We help teams that may or may not have machine learning expertise quickly turn their data into deployed computer vision models. Example applications include security camera monitoring, automating data entry, interpreting web scraped images, validated user photo inputs, augmented reality and mobile product scanning. If you have visual or scanned data that you wish your software could interpret at scale, we can turn around a first proof of concept in under a week. Reach out and see how computer vision can change your business.
    deep-learning
    indoor-mapping
    machine-learning
    computer-vision
  • CoreOS
    CoreOS (s2013)Acquired • 150 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    CoreOS is part of the Red Hat family. A leader in the open source community and an innovator of open source projects, CoreOS creates and delivers critical components for containerized applications that help fuel broad adoption of secure, scalable and resilient infrastructure. The team maintains several open source projects, including: Container Linux: the secure automatic updating OS; and etcd, the distributed data store for Kubernetes. Join us at https://coreos.com/ and @CoreOS on Twitter.
    open-source
    devops