Open Source Startups funded by Y Combinator (YC) 2024

March 2024

Browse 100 of the top Open Source startups funded by Y Combinator.

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  • GitLab
    GitLab (w2015)Public • 2,000 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    GitLab is the first single application for the entire DevOps lifecycle. Only GitLab enables Concurrent DevOps, unlocking organizations from the constraints of today’s toolchain. GitLab provides unmatched visibility, radical new levels of efficiency and comprehensive governance to significantly compress the time between planning a change and monitoring its effect. This makes the software lifecycle 200% faster, radically improving the speed of business. GitLab and Concurrent DevOps collapses cycle times by driving higher efficiency across all stages of the software development lifecycle. For the first time, Product, Development, QA, Security, and Operations teams can work concurrently in a single application. There’s no need to integrate and synchronize tools, or waste time waiting for handoffs. Everyone contributes to a single conversation, instead of managing multiple threads across disparate tools. And only GitLab gives teams complete visibility across the lifecycle with a single, trusted source of data to simplify troubleshooting and drive accountability. All activity is governed by consistent controls, making security and compliance first-class citizens instead of an afterthought. Built on Open Source, GitLab leverages the community contributions of thousands of developers and millions of users to continuously deliver new DevOps innovations. More than 100,000 organizations from startups to global enterprise organizations, including Ticketmaster, Jaguar Land Rover, NASDAQ, Dish Network and Comcast trust GitLab to deliver great software at new speeds.
    developer-tools
    devsecops
    open-source
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Supabase
    Supabase (s2020)Active • 70 employees
    Supabase is the easiest way to get started with Postgres. Each project within Supabase is an isolated Postgres cluster, allowing customers to scale independently, while still providing the features that you need to build: instant database setup, auth, row level security, realtime data streams, auto-generating APIs, and a simple to use web interface. We are 100% remote.
    developer-tools
    open-source
    big-data
    data-engineering
    databases
  • 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
  • Mattermost
    Mattermost (s2012)Active • 120 employees • Palo Alto, CA, USA
    Mattermost provides secure collaboration for technical and operational teams that work in environments with complex nation-state level security and trust requirements. We serve technology, public sector, national defense and financial services industries with customers ranging from tech giants, to the world’s largest banks, to the U.S. Department of Defense and governmental agencies around the world. Our self-hosted and cloud offerings provide team messaging, file sharing, integrations, audio and screen share, workflow automation and project management on an open source platform deployed by the world’s most secure and mission critical organizations. We co-build the future of collaboration with over 4,000 open source project contributors who’ve provided over 30,000 code improvements towards our shared product vision, which is translated into 20 languages.
    devsecops
    collaboration
    security
    open-source
  • 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
  • Spruce Systems
    Spruce Systems (w2021)Active • 25 employees • New York, NY, USA
    Spruce lets users control their data across the web. We believe that the world is evolving toward one based on cryptography, networks, and digital economies that are user-controlled. Today, the dominant use case for user keys is the signing of blockchain transactions, but we think this barely scratches the surface of what is possible. Soon, the entirety of a user’s digital interactions will be based on their keypairs, and we’re unlocking this transition with our constellation of products. We are passionate about cultivating a thriving culture of diverse individuals who bring unique perspectives to our mission. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status.
    crypto-web3
    identity
    open-source
    privacy
    data-engineering
  • PostHog
    PostHog (w2020)Active • 38 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    PostHog helps engineers build better products. We provide everything they need to make sure they are building something that people want. This means - product analytics, session replays, feedback tools, feature flags, experimentation, and a datawarehouse (with SQL) with one click data imports from the places you use. PostHog can be deployed to the cloud, or self-hosted on existing infrastructure, removing the need to send data externally. PostHog was created as an open source project during Y Combinator's W20 cohort and had the most successful B2B software launch on HackerNews since 2012 - with a product that was just 4 weeks old. Since then, more than 40,000 companies have installed the platform, we're doing $MMs in revenue, and have a community of 120K developers - 97% driven by word of mouth. Despite the tech market, we're default alive and doing better than ever! We've been averaging ~10% monthly revenue growth, we are [default alive](http://www.paulgraham.com/aord.html), and we didn't raised a huge / now-overpriced round in 2021. While others are focused on layoffs and struggling to grow into huge valuations, we're focusing on an awesome product for end users, hiring (a handful of) exceptional team members and seeing fantastic increases in revenue as a result. Check out posthog.com/careers if you want to be part of this journey.
    b2b
    open-source
  • 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
  • Twenty
    Twenty (s2023)Active • 3 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Building a modern alternative to Salesforce: https://github.com/twentyhq/twenty
    saas
    b2b
    open-source
    sales
    crm
  • Hatchet
    Hatchet (w2024)Active • 2 employees • New York, NY, USA
    Hatchet abstracts away the infrastructure for managing task queues and message brokers, so you can focus on writing your background task and workflow logic. With Hatchet, you can run slow OpenAI requests in the background with async tasks, chain complex tasks together into workflows, and set retries and timeouts to recover from failure.
    developer-tools
    open-source
    infrastructure
  • Titan
    Titan (w2024)Active • 1 employees
    Titan is a data security platform for Snowflake. Data engineering teams trust Titan to simplify access management, ensure compliance, and minimize risk.
    developer-tools
    open-source
    cybersecurity
    data-engineering
  • SST
    SST (w2021)Active • 3 employees • Toronto, ON, Canada
    SST is an open source application framework that makes it easy to build full-stack applications.
    developer-tools
    open-source
  • Dioxus Labs
    Dioxus Labs (s2023)Active • 1 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Dioxus makes it easy for developers to quickly build, test, deploy, and manage apps on every platform. We support building and deploying apps for the web, desktop, mobile, AR/VR, and many other exotic targets.
    developer-tools
    open-source
    web-development
  • Corefin
    Corefin (w2024)Active • 2 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Corefin is an open-source lending software that allows anyone to easily build and launch loan products. Corefin comes with all the features to build a powerful and compliant lending service, including loan management, payments, loan servicing, and robust reporting services.
    fintech
    finance
    open-source
    lending
  • Firezone
    Firezone (w2022)Active • 6 employees • Mountain View, CA, USA
    Open-source, scalable alternative to corporate VPNs that integrates with your identity provider and requires no firewall configuration
    devsecops
    next-gen-network-security
    b2b
    security
    open-source
  • Font Awesome
    Font Awesome (s2015)Active • 17 employees • Bentonville, AR, USA
    Add a line of code and get thousands of icons and social logos on your website instantly. Easy to set up, easy to use, and crazy powerful. Let us take care of the icons so you can get back to the important stuff. Font Awesome. Go make something Awesome.
    developer-tools
    saas
    design-tools
    open-source
  • Vue Storefront
    Vue Storefront (w2021)Active • 100 employees • Warsaw, Poland
    Vue Storefront is a Frontend Platform (Head) for Headless commerce. Available as Open Source & Enterprise. By implementing Vue Storefront, you will improve your overall User Experience and lift up your revenues by at least 20%. 1. Lightning Fast We are on a mission to improve loading times for eCommerce users, especially on mobile devices. We want to make sure, that every site using Vue Storefront will load in under 2 seconds for all users across the globe. Currently, it is their weak spot: a) It takes, on average, 15.3 seconds to fully load a mobile page. b) 75% of mobile sites take longer than 10 seconds to load. c) 53% of mobile site visits are abandoned if it takes longer than 3 seconds to load. Loading times mean better User Experience and this leads to eCommerce users buying more, giving better conversion rates: a) Walmart found that for every 1-second improvement in page load time, conversions increased by 2% b) Increase of conversion % at each stage of the Customer Buying Journey at eCommerce based on 0.1s improvement based on Google Research (https://www.thinkwithgoogle.com/future-of marketing/creativity/mobile-page-speed-data/) 2. Fast Time To Value Vue Storefront is the glue for headless commerce, giving merchants the ability to connect with any eCommerce backend, any CMS, or any other 3rd party service, as we provide those APIs by default in our cloud platform. This is saving our clients thousands of development hours. Also, because of the Progressive Web App features that we provide, there is no need to build native iOS or Android apps - everything is available through the web. In combination with frontend components provided out of the box, it is possible to build a new eCommerce frontend within weeks, not months. 3. Fast content adjustments with any Headless CMS Headless CMS is the only way to embrace omnichannel sales, and we know it. That is why the Enterprise version of Vue Storefront delivers the API-first setup of integrations with the best Headless CMSes out-of-the-box. It allows business users to edit the content & publish with a no-code approach 4. Fast learning curve for developers We use the modern tech stack that is easily adaptable by the developer community, and what is better market proof than the popularity of our Open Source Project? We are currently the 5th most popular eCommerce framework globally and the 1st Frontend eCommerce Framework globally! https://docs.vuestorefront.io/v2/ https://www.vuestorefront.io/
    developer-tools
    open-source
    e-commerce
  • MindsDB
    MindsDB (w2020)Active • 24 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    MindsDB is a fast-growing open-source company that enables developers to quickly integrate Artificial Intelligence Logic into applications and ship AI-powered solutions from prototyping & experimentation to production in a fast & scalable way. MindsDB was founded in 2017 by Adam Carrigan (COO) and Jorge Torres (CEO) and based in San Francisco, California, is backed with over $50M in total funding from Mayfield, Benchmark, YCombinator, OpenOcean, Walden Catalyst Ventures, MMC, Speedinvest, TQ Ventures and the University of California Berkeley SkyDeck fund. MindsDB is also recognized by Forbes as one of America's most promising AI companies (2021) and by Gartner as a Cool Vendor for Data and AI (2022).
    developer-tools
    machine-learning
    open-source
  • Lago
    Lago (s2021)Active • 12 employees • Paris, France
    Lago is the open-source alternative to Stripe, with a laser focus on transparency, metering, developer experience, and composability: addressing complex pricing grids and business workflows. Their team previously built and scaled the home-grown billing system of Qonto (a $5B Fintech in Europe), from pre-launch to the tens of millions of MRR.  Lago is the leading open-source repository and community in this space.
    finops
    fintech
    saas
    open-source
    billing
  • refine
    refine (s2023)Active • 10 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    refine is an open-source, headless React framework for rapidly building enterprise web applications. It eliminates many repetitive tasks like ➡️ CRUD operations ➡️ State management ➡️ Routing ➡️ Authentication ➡️ Access Control ➡️ i18n and saves days of development time. So far, thousands of great projects have been built by 15,000+ monthly active refine developers. Use cases are ranging from admin panels, dashboards, and internal tools to B2B solutions and complex SaaS interfaces. refine is backed by a strong community featuring 16K GitHub stars ⭐️, 180+ contributors and 2,500 Discord members. Thanks to it's unique "Headless UI" approach, refine works with any custom design. It has also ready-made integrations with 4 most popular UI frameworks: Ant Design, Material UI, Chakra UI and Mantine. refine is totally backend agnostic and it can connect to 15+ backend services out-of-the-box, incl. custom REST & GraphQL API's. With refine, developers always have 100% control over their projects as they build, style and deploy the way they like.
    developer-tools
    open-source
    web-development
  • Pythagora (GPT Pilot)
    Pythagora (GPT Pilot) (w2024)Active • 6 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Pythagora is an IDE extension that enables you to build production-ready web apps with natural language. You can just talk to Pythagora, and it will write all the code for your app. Pythagora is built on top of an AI open-source tool, GPT Pilot, that has more than 22k Github stars. It works by orchestrating a collection of AI agents that work together to build your app from start to finish while talking to you. You start by describing an app you want to build; then, it asks you questions about the details of the app to write the full app specifications. Once the specs are done, it starts coding. When it finishes a task, it asks you to test the app and tell it if something is incorrect. It iterates with you by changing the code and asking you for feedback until the task is finished. Finally, it commits the code it has written and proceeds to the next task until the entire app is finished.
    artificial-intelligence
    developer-tools
    open-source
  • Tiptap
    Tiptap (s2023)Active • 10 employees • Berlin, Germany
    Tiptap is a suite of open source content editing and real-time collaboration tools for developers building apps like Notion or Google Docs. It’s used by thousands of businesses worldwide, including GitLab, Axios, and Substack.
    developer-tools
    open-source
  • Artie
    Artie (s2023)Active • 4 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Artie is software that streams data from databases to data warehouses in real-time. Today, most companies run their ETL process every few hours or overnight, so their data warehouse is always out of date; with Artie, the warehouse always has live production data.
    developer-tools
    saas
    open-source
    data-engineering
    enterprise-software
  • Infisical
    Infisical (w2023)Active • 5 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Infisical is an open-source, end-to-end encrypted platform to manage secrets and configs across your team and infrastructure. Infisical stores your secrets and injects them back into your development workflow, CI/CD pipelines, and cloud infrastructure. It comes with secrets versioning, point-in-time recovery, audit logging, automatic secret rotation capabilities, and more.
    developer-tools
    saas
    b2b
    security
    open-source
  • Quivr
    Quivr (w2024)Active • 3 employees
    Quivr is an AI open-source platform where enterprises connect to their tools, docs, APIs and databases to chat with them. The app can be deployed to the cloud, or self-hosted on existing infrastructure to answer any data privacy concerns. Quivr has built an open source community of 100+ contributors and has reached 27k+ Github stars! Effortlessly retrieve any available information and let Quivr generate for you new usable content.
    artificial-intelligence
    productivity
    chatbot
    open-source
    ai-assistant
  • Replicate
    Replicate (w2020)Active • 27 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    artificial-intelligence
    developer-tools
    machine-learning
    community
    open-source
  • Reflex
    Reflex (w2023)Active • 7 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Reflex is an open-source, full-stack python framework that makes it easy to build and deploy web apps in minutes. It offers the ease of use and accessibility of low-code frameworks, combined with the flexibility, performance, and customizability of traditional web development. Reflex is open-source and designed to be easy to get started with for those with no previous web development experience. With Reflex, data scientists and software engineers can create high-quality web applications quickly and easily without needing to learn specific web development technologies. Whether you want to build a small-scale data science project/internal app, or a large-scale multi-page web app, Reflex has the tools and features to handle any project. The framework is optimized for performance, scalability, and SEO, so you can focus on creating a beautiful and engaging web app that you can be proud of.
    developer-tools
    open-source
    web-development
    infrastructure
  • Matano
    Matano (w2023)Active • 2 employees • Seattle, WA, USA
    Matano is a modern SIEM, built for cloud-first security teams. It replaces traditional SIEM databases like Splunk or Elastic with a cybersecurity platform built on top of a cost-effective Security Data Lake.
    devsecops
    analytics
    open-source
    cybersecurity
  • Traceloop
    Traceloop (w2023)Active • 5 employees • Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel
    Traceloop monitors the quality of your LLM application in production. It provides you with alerts, insights and gradual rollout capabilities to confidently deploy changes to your prompts and model configurations.
    developer-tools
    generative-ai
    saas
    open-source
  • Trigger.dev
    Trigger.dev (w2023)Active • 4 employees • London, UK
    Create background jobs directly in your codebase with features like API integrations, webhooks, scheduling and delays. Previously, the founders built JSON Hero, an open source JSON viewer that is currently used by more than 35k developers a month. Eric was CTO of Code School, an early code learning platform that was acquired in 2015. Matt created two iPad apps that won Apple’s App of the Year.
    developer-tools
    saas
    b2b
    productivity
    open-source
  • authzed
    authzed (w2021)Active • 12 employees • New York, NY, USA
    We build the tools companies need to provide performant and scalable authorization for their applications. We’re founded by 3 successful entrepreneurs with expertise in enterprise software, most recently as leaders at Red Hat. Jake and Joey met on the APIs team at Google in 2010. They went on to found Quay, where Jimmy joined as their first hire. Over the past decade, they’ve changed the landscape for building and deploying software.
    developer-tools
    saas
    security
    open-source
    data-engineering
  • OpenReplay
    OpenReplay (s2019)Active • 11 employees • Paris, France
    Open-source alternative to FullStory and LogRocket. Self-hosted for a complete control over your data and costs.
    developer-tools
    saas
    open-source
  • Million.js
    Million.js (w2024)Active • 3 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Million.js is an open source tool that makes React.js 70% faster. We want to make Million a web embed that allows developers to select and ask why parts of a page are slow and automatically generate a GitHub pull request with a fix using AI. Today, most developers spend weeks trying to comprehend flame graphs and execution traces, debug with frustration, and give up. We realized that web developers don’t want to put the grimy work to make their app performant. Instead, we fix performance issues automatically, with no migration. Our end goal is to make all applications automatically fast, starting from frontend to backend, and eventually mobile apps & infrastructure.
    developer-tools
    open-source
    web-development
    ai-assistant
    ml
  • Continue
    Continue (s2023)Active • 2 employees • Haight St, San Francisco, CA, USA
    Continue is an open-source autopilot for VS Code and JetBrains—the easiest way to code with any LLM. It’s built to be deeply customizable and continuously learn from development data
    artificial-intelligence
    developer-tools
    devsecops
    machine-learning
    open-source
  • Quack AI
    Quack AI (s2023)Active • 1 employees • Paris, France
    Quack AI tackles the slowdown in project delivery often faced by expanding dev teams. We bring development teams into sync, effortlessly aligning code with project expectations. Take the example of the backend team now adopting the syntax of Python 3.11 for asynchronous tasks. Our deep learning model swiftly interprets these updates and embeds them into every developer's keystroke with our VSCode extension, significantly reducing code review iterations and shaping a cohesive & adaptable coding identity.
    artificial-intelligence
    developer-tools
    b2b
    productivity
    open-source
  • Trainy
    Trainy (s2023)Active • 2 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    We help ML engineers training large models eliminate performance bottlenecks during training. Trainy summarizes profiling information during large distributed training so that you know exactly what is limiting the speed of your model training and applies optimizations through our training platform to get the most out of your compute.
    developer-tools
    machine-learning
    saas
    open-source
  • Khoj
    Khoj (s2023)Active • 2 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    We've previously built products for Cortana AI at Microsoft and scaled them from 0 to 20M daily active users. Khoj was created because we couldn't wait to make a trustworthy, superhuman companion to assist everyone across work and personal life. Khoj is available on your desktop, mobile or cloud. You can search and chat with notes, document and images across your work and personal life. It can run on your laptop or enterprise cloud completely privately.
    generative-ai
    consumer
    open-source
    ai
    ai-assistant
  • CambioML
    CambioML (s2023)Active • 3 employees • San Jose, CA, USA
    CambioML providing ML tools for extracting and reconstruct text and data from PDFs, HTMLs and forms. Join the enterprise data gold mining from your legacy docs.
    fintech
    saas
    open-source
    enterprise
    data-engineering
  • Vocode
    Vocode (w2023)Active • 9 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Automate inbound and outbound phone calls with hyper realistic AI. Companies use Vocode to replace and augment their call center operations at a fraction of the cost. Spin off AI phone calls in a single line of code https://vocode.dev Our open source library makes it easy for developers to build voice-based LLM applications. We provide abstractions for streaming 2-way conversation (this is good for realtime apps like phone calls) and for command-based/turn-based applications (like voice-based chess). The library has integrations to most major speech recognition/synthesis providers and platform support across web and telephony (via Twilio). It’s easy to get up and running–simple use cases are just 10 lines of code. Check out our docs for more information: https://docs.vocode.dev
    developer-tools
    generative-ai
    open-source
    conversational-ai
  • Nango
    Nango (w2023)Active • 6 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Customers expect your SaaS to integrate with their ever-growing stack natively. Ship any product integration fast with Nango. Leverage pre-built integrations and limitless customization.
    developer-tools
    saas
    open-source
    api
  • SuperTokens
    SuperTokens (s2020)Active • 10 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    SuperTokens is building open source authentication (as an alternative to Auth0, Firebase and AWS Cognito). Add secure, hassle free authentication to your app in 1 day. We enable startups to launch quicker and focus on their core product offering 1. We're easier to implement as we take a modular approach - making it possible to pick only the features you need for your use case. This means you need not worry about complications associated with other features (eg: SSO and OAuth if you don’t need it) and this in turn makes it easier to implement and manage SuperTokens. 2. Developer's can own and manage their user's data. 3. SuperTokens can be run on your premise for free and also has a generous hosted tier for those who dont want to manage it themselves. SuperTokens is being used by hundreds of developers across the globe.
    developer-tools
    saas
    b2b
    open-source
  • Trench
    Trench (s2023)Active • 2 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Trench lets marketplaces self-host a fraud prevention solution to prevent buyer and seller fraud in one place.
    open-source
    fraud-prevention
    fraud-detection
  • Jitsu
    Jitsu (s2020)Active • 4 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Jitsu is the fastest, most durable way to collect event data from every source - web, app, email, chatbot, CRM - into your data warehouse. 100% open-source. Purpose built, secure and ready in minutes.
    saas
    b2b
    open-source
    data-engineering
  • Lightdash
    Lightdash (s2020)Active • 9 employees • London, UK
    Lightdash is an open-source Looker alternative. It's built on top of dbt and lets users centralise all their team's business logic in one place.
    developer-tools
    b2b
    analytics
    open-source
    data-visualization
  • Shuttle
    Shuttle (s2020)Active • 12 employees • London, UK
    # Our Mission 🎯 At Shuttle, we’re on a mission to revolutionise developer experience for building web apps. Everything we do is about crafting an exceptionally simple, satisfying and effective way to do cloud development. We are open source community-driven and loved by thousands of engineers. Our vision: the ultimate platform to supercharge developers’ productivity. # About Shuttle 🚀 We are building the fastest backend development experience. [Shuttle](https://shuttle.rs/) is an open source cloud platform for developing and deploying apps with zero infra hassle. At [Shuttle](https://www.shuttle.rs/), we're on a mission to redefine the developer experience for building cloud applications. We want to empower the next generation of builders to make use of the latest and greatest cloud technologies, by crafting the simplest, fastest, and most enjoyable development experience. Shuttle is open source and our [Infrastructure from Code](https://www.shuttle.rs/blog/2022/05/09/ifc) framework paired with our cloud platform eliminates the infra hassle and accelerates app development and deployment. This is a game-changer for developer productivity - think Vercel for the backend. We have thousands of developers in our community incl. engineers from some of the top companies and have just launched Shuttle beta. We’re backed by some of the best investors in the world, including Y Combinator, HorizonVC, Abstraction Capital, Global Founders Capital, Founders of Segment, Sendbird, Head of Product at DataDog and other successful founders and executives. # Working With Us 😎 We’re a growth mindset company. We’re honest, open-minded, driven, and ambitious and we are only looking for people who share these qualities with us. We care. About each other and about our mission. We are building a culture that brings out the best in people and we truly believe that the company you work at should be the launch pad for unleashing your full potential. We keep a light and fun work environment, without unnecessary stress or anxiety. Yet we hold ourselves to very high standards and keep pushing the bar up. Continuous improvement is a must if you don’t want to be left behind. Mistakes are OK, not being willing to learn from them is not OK. Collaboration is at the core of what we do and we treat each other with respect and kindness - supportive, yet firm and ready to provide accountability where needed. We’re early stage so expect many opportunities to shape the company’s future. The best ideas win. We maintain a hacker mentality - no problem is unsolvable with the right mindset. As a team, we work on hard challenges under tight constraints and are constantly pushed out of our comfort zones - if reading this excites you, let’s talk. # Perks 🎁 - Remote-friendly, flexible working hours and workdays - Flexible holidays and paid time off - Mental and physical health stipend - Educational and self-development budget - Support for attending and presenting at relevant conferences - Health insurance - Awesome work-from-home setup & equipment - Regular company off-sites - Regular remote-friendly socials (games and more)
    developer-tools
    saas
    open-source
    api
  • QuestDB
    QuestDB (s2020)Active • 25 employees • London, UK
    QuestDB is an open-source time-series database for high throughput ingestion and fast SQL queries with operational simplicity. QuestDB powers the infrastructure for companies in Financial Services, Space Exploration, Energy, Manufacturing, e-commerce and Web3.
    developer-tools
    analytics
    open-source
    time-series
  • SigNoz
    SigNoz (w2021)Active • 15 employees • Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
    SigNoz is an open source alternative to DataDog, NewRelic. We help developers monitor their applications and troubleshoot any problem.
    developer-tools
    saas
    b2b
    open-source
  • Netmaker
    Netmaker (w2022)Active • 4 employees • Asheville, NC, USA
    Netmaker is an open source virtual networking platform based on WireGuard. With Netmaker, you can bridge, clouds, the edge, IoT devices, and Kubernetes clusters. Netmaker provides the fastest possible virtual networks, with an average speed 10x faster than standard alternatives. Think of Netmaker like your VPC for distributed systems.
    devsecops
    next-gen-network-security
    open-source
    kubernetes
  • Linen
    Linen (s2020)Active • 3 employees • New York, NY, USA
    Linen syncs your Slack threads to an SEO friendly website that allows your community to discover you through search engines and reduces the number of repeat questions.
    saas
    b2b
    community
    open-source
  • LunaSec
    LunaSec (s2019)Active • 4 employees • Seattle, WA, USA
    LunaTrace isn't just another security scanner that blasts you with vulnerabilities. LunaSec has developed a hosted Open Source dependency security tool that is smarter, faster, and quieter than any other. It's backed by a team of security experts who monitor the latest attacks, write remediation guides, and help you patch in hours instead of weeks. In under 2 minutes, for free, you can generate your own vulnerability report to gain insight into the security + compliance of your software by clicking here: https://lunatrace.lunasec.io/ Email us at: contact@lunasec.io Our GitHub: https://github.com/lunasec-io/lunasec
    developer-tools
    devsecops
    security-orchestration-automation-and-response-(soar)
    security
    open-source
  • Mito
    Mito (s2020)Active • 4 employees • New York, NY, USA
    Mito is a spreadsheet UI that generates Python code when you edit it. Data analysts use Mito to automate reports without relying on internal engineering resources. We've already signed contracts with two of the largest banks in the world, and just this summer one of them has trained 7k analysts in Mito. We launched Mito open-core in January and surpassed 75k ARR and over 1k GitHub stars. Open source is key to our enterprise sales strategy and we're now building out the enterprise version of Mito so we can sell substantially larger contracts. We decided to build Mito after making the Excel to Python transition ourselves while pursuing dual degrees at Penn. Nate has developed open source Python while doing distributed systems research at the Ethereum Foundation. Aaron made the Excel to Python transition for a second time as an analyst at Capital One. And Jake launched an internal personalization tool at SAP. Check us out at: https://www.trymito.io/
    analytics
    open-source
    enterprise
    no-code
  • Sails Co.
    Sails Co. (w2015)Active • 4 employees • Austin, TX, USA
    The Sails Company was founded by the original author and maintainers of the Sails framework. In addition to free and open-source software, The Sails Company offers a full-service web & mobile studio and professional support for the tools we maintain.
    open-source
    web-development
    cloud-computing
  • Activeloop
    Activeloop (s2018)Active • 10 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
  • Laudspeaker
    Laudspeaker (w2021)Active • 2 employees • Mountain View, CA, USA
    Open source user onboarding and engagement platform. Alternative to pendo / appcues / customer io / braze / iterable. Onboard your users with tours, and checklists and then continue to engage them with email, sms, push and more.
    saas
    b2b
    open-source
    automation
  • Enso
    Enso (s2021)Active • 10 employees • Kraków, Poland
    Enso is a no-code interactive ELT and data-driven process automation tool. It lets you load, blend, analyze your data, and then automate the whole process, simply by connecting visual components together. DEMO: https://youtu.be/fQvWMoOjmQk
    developer-tools
    saas
    open-source
  • Chaos Genius
    Chaos Genius (w2020)Active • 10 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Chaos Genius is a DataOps Observability platform for Snowflake. Enable Snowflake Observability to reduce Snowflake costs and optimize query performance.
    cloud-workload-protection
    machine-learning
    analytics
    open-source
    data-engineering
  • Okteto
    Okteto (w2019)Active • 30 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    At Okteto, we are working hard at creating the next-generation development experience for teams of all sizes. Have you ever seen how long it takes a developer to set up everything they need before working on a feature? We are fixing that. We want developers to focus on building value for their teams instead of wasting time setting up local environments or trying to debug "production only" issues.
    developer-tools
    saas
    b2b
    open-source
    kubernetes
  • Infracost
    Infracost (w2021)Active • 7 employees • Edinburgh, UK
    Infracost shifts cloud costs left and makes FinOps proactive. It sits in the engineering workflow (CI/CD), and shows the cost impact of code changes (IaC) before the code is shipped to production. This catches costly mistakes before any money has been spent. It also checks to make sure all resources are tagged with your set tagging policy, and runs checks on the code against our FinOps policy packs, ensuring best practices are followed (e.g. GP2 volumes should be GP3). This creates a cost-aware engineering culture.
    developer-tools
    devsecops
    finops
    b2b
    open-source
  • Frigade
    Frigade (w2023)Active • 4 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Frigade helps growth teams better activate and up-sell customers in-product. We combine React UI components such as <tour />, <checklist />, and <announcement /> with a web app to easily power user targeting, content, orchestration, and more.
    developer-tools
    saas
    b2b
    open-source
    api
  • Webiny
    Webiny (w2021)Active • 6 employees • London, UK
    When the public cloud appeared migration was easy. Existing apps running on physical servers could just be moved to virtual machines running in the cloud. The cloud is now moving towards serverless, and serverless is not backward compatible. New tools need to be created and existing apps need to be rewritten. Webiny provides developers with everything they need to build those serverless apps. We are a 100% remote team.
    developer-tools
    b2b
    open-source
  • Lunatic
    Lunatic (w2021)Active • 2 employees • Vienna, Austria
    At the core of the company there is Lunatic, a runtime for developing low latency, robust and distributed networking applications. It can be used for web applications, game servers, video and voice chat, or other apps requiring low latency runtimes. Lunatic borrows many proven ideas from Go and Erlang, but also uses WebAssembly to make it easier targetable from existing languages, allowing teams to leverage already existing code and libraries.
    developer-tools
    saas
    open-source
  • Optic
    Optic (s2018)Active • 5 employees • New York, NY, USA
    We help developers collaborate at scale and build better APIs. Optic’s open source tools makes it easy for developers to document API changes, review each other’s API changes during code review, and catch breaking changes before they reach production. **tl;dr** It’s version control but for behavior not code. We are taking the really successful ideas from Git / Code Review / CI and applying them to API descriptions and (future) other non-code artifacts. Engineers at [Snyk](https://snyk.io/) use Optic daily to make the new Snyk API great. Read their engineering blog: [Snyk's shift left approach to API development | Snyk](https://snyk.io/blog/snyk-api-development-shift-left/)
    developer-tools
    open-source
  • Porter
    Porter (s2020)Active • 10 employees • New York, NY, USA
    Porter is the easiest way to deploy and scale your applications on AWS, Azure, and GCP. Connect your own cloud account, and Porter will provision and manage the underlying infrastructure for you - simply point at your repository and Porter will handle the rest, from building your application to autoscaling it. Under the hood, Porter manages the same kind of infrastructure that growth-stage companies use and allows you to scale without DevOps overhead.
    developer-tools
    saas
    b2b
    open-source
  • Langfuse
    Langfuse (w2023)Active • 3 employees • Berlin, Germany
    Traces, evals, prompt management and metrics to debug and improve your LLM application. Onboard via https://langfuse.com Langfuse helps you build and improve LLM applications across the entire lifecycle: develop, monitor & test: Develop: Observability, Langfuse UI & Prompt Management Monitor: Traces, Analytics, Metrics & Evaluations Test: Experiments, Releases & Datasets
    artificial-intelligence
    developer-tools
    generative-ai
    analytics
    open-source
  • OpenMeter
    OpenMeter (w2023)Active • 3 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    OpenMeter's mission is to standardize metering with the goal of becoming the data source for AI and API monetization. We've built an open-source platform that processes billions of events into our usage lake in a matter of seconds, which acts as the backbone that serves revenue and efficiency teams.
    saas
    b2b
    analytics
    open-source
    billing
  • TableFlow
    TableFlow (w2023)Active • 2 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    TableFlow is an open source data import platform for companies to collect and transform customer data. Instead of building an in-house file upload and processing service, businesses can embed or link to TableFlow's customizable importer to manage their data onboarding needs.
    artificial-intelligence
    developer-tools
    saas
    open-source
    data-engineering
  • Helicone
    Helicone (w2023)Active • 3 employees • San Francisco – Oakland Bay Bridge, San Francisco – Oakland Bay Bridge, San Francisco, CA, USA
    The open-source and powerful platform purpose-built for Generative AI that developers love. We provide a variety of features that enable developers to build the best AI products in the market - all with a simple integration that is only two lines of code. Features you'll love: - Observability - Gateway (caching, rate-limiting, prompt detection, key mapping, etc.) - Data Collection (standard schema and easy ETL) - Fine-Tuning - Evaluations (prompt regression testing and experiments) - Customer Portal (share Helicone dashboards with your users) Thousands of developers use Helicone today so they can focus on whats important - building their product. Contact sales@helicone.ai if you have any questions! Looking forward to building with you.
    aiops
    artificial-intelligence
    developer-tools
    open-source
  • Requestly
    Requestly (w2022)Active • 9 employees • New Delhi, Delhi, India
    Requestly records all API traffic and allows developers to modify response for any API request without changing anything on the backend. For example - As an Uber engineer, I'd like to test what happens when driver allotment API fails, is there an automatic retry or do we ask the user to retry, or does the app crash. Available as a browser extension on all major browsers & as a desktop app on all platforms. We are already in production with 40000+ developers across 500+ organizations using Requestly.
    developer-tools
    saas
    open-source
    api
  • RecipeUI
    RecipeUI (s2023)Active • 2 employees • New York, NY, USA
    The first version of RecipeUI was a viral project at Robinhood that reached 100% adoption from all engineering and QA teams. When an API broke, anyone from Frontend to QA to PMs could debug without relying on backend engineers
    developer-tools
    open-source
    api
  • ParadeDB
    ParadeDB (s2023)Active • 4 employees • New York, NY, USA
    ParadeDB is an Elasticsearch alternative built on Postgres. We're modernizing the features of Elasticsearch's product suite, starting with real-time search and analytics.
    developer-tools
    analytics
    open-source
    infrastructure
    databases
  • Defog.ai
    Defog.ai (w2023)Active • 5 employees • Mountain View, CA, USA
    Defog lets your business users query data in seconds, using everyday language. We are powered by SQLCoder – our state of the art open-source model that can search and visualise structured data (like SQL databases or Data Warehouses), and can be further fine-tuned and and deployed on-prem on your servers.
    developer-tools
    generative-ai
    machine-learning
    open-source
    enterprise
  • Noya Software
    Noya Software (w2023)Active • 2 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Noya is a new kind of product design tool for non-designers. This is our second time co-founding a design tools company – our first company was acquired by Airbnb in 2017 and we became the design tools team there. At Airbnb, we built the design infrastructure that the entire company relied on to scale design without increasing headcount costs. We did this by letting non-designers (such as marketing, PMs, and engineering) design screens and websites. Now we're making these tools available to every company.
    developer-tools
    saas
    b2b
    design-tools
    open-source
  • FlowiseAI
    FlowiseAI (s2023)Active • 5 employees
    Flowise uses low-code approach that enable developers to manage the whole lifecycle of building LLMs apps in production. From protoyping, evaluation, to iterations.
    artificial-intelligence
    developer-tools
    generative-ai
    open-source
    no-code
  • UpTrain AI
    UpTrain AI (w2023)Active • 6 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    UpTrain provides the most advanced LLMOps platform to ship AI confidently. It provides enterprise-grade tooling to easily evaluate, experiment, monitor, and test LLM changes, all while seamlessly collaborating with your team. Being OSS, UpTrain is readily customizable and can be hosted on your secure cloud environment, satisfying your data governance needs. 1. UpTrain provides high-quality scores over a variety of metrics (both LLM-based and classical NLP ones) as well as allows you to define custom ones to evaluate your full LLM pipeline comprehensively. 2. UpTrain runs root cause analysis to identify if it is a retrieval issue, if your context requires reranking, if the LLM is unable to utilize the context or if certain instructions are not being followed. 3. UpTrain leverages state-of-the-art techniques for automatic prompt optimization, automatic eval generation, finding common topics among failure cases, etc., to act as your LLMOps co-pilot.
    developer-tools
    generative-ai
    machine-learning
    saas
    open-source
  • Arroyo
    Arroyo (w2023)Active • 2 employees • Berkeley, CA, USA
    Arroyo is a serverless stream processing platform built on top of the open-source Arroyo streaming engine. We allow companies to transform, filter, aggregate, and join their Kafka streams in real-time just by writing SQL. We charge purely based on usage, with no fixed costs or clusters to manage.
    developer-tools
    saas
    open-source
    cloud-computing
  • 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. We are 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
  • Keep
    Keep (w2023)Active • 2 employees • Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel
    Keep is an open-source alert management and automation platform. Keep acts as a single pane of glass to all your alerts from any monitoring tool and helps you turn 1000s into just 10s of meaningful alerts. ​You can think of Keep as an open-source BigPanda alternative.
    saas
    b2b
    open-source
    monitoring
  • Danswer
    Danswer (w2024)Active • 2 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Danswer is the AI assistant that connects to all your company tools and docs and makes finding any piece of information a breeze. Think ChatGPT, but with access to all your companies documents (only the ones you have access to, of course :P). Or, if you know Glean, you can think about it like an open-source Glean. Concerned about your data? Don't worry we're fully open source (MIT license) and built to be self-hosted. You can setup Danswer in your VPC in less than 30 minutes - no packets ever have to leave your cloud. Check us out on Github: https://github.com/danswer-ai/danswer!
    artificial-intelligence
    generative-ai
    b2b
    productivity
    open-source
  • Lantern
    Lantern (w2024)Active • 3 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Lantern is the easiest way to build AI applications using Postgres. We started Lantern because we believe AI is going to impact every single enterprise in every single industry. We want to allow every company to tap into their unstructured data to build better applications. With Lantern Cloud, developers have access to everything they need to build an AI application: embedding generation, vector search, efficient indexing, on top of the database they already know, Postgres. Check out our code on Github: https://github.com/lanterndata/lantern
    b2b
    open-source
    enterprise
    ai
    databases
  • DAGWorks Inc.
    DAGWorks Inc. (w2023)Active • 2 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    At DAGWorks Inc. our goal is to change how data + ML + LLM teams are staffed and operate. We’re building an open core SaaS platform to streamline development and operation of data, ML, & LLM pipelines in a collaborative, self-service manner, utilizing a company's existing MLOps and data infrastructure. We believe self-service for Data Practitioners is the future because it enables domain modeling experts the velocity to iterate on pipelines & models without hand-off, which is key for businesses using ML/AI to differentiate themselves. Unless you’re a big tech company or someone like Stitch Fix that can afford a platform team, staffing teams with high ratios of engineers, or finding unicorn data scientists that can build pipelines is your only option; it not only slows time to value, it makes operating ML/AI expensive. We’re here to change that. Think simple python that enables a low software engineering bar to describe what should happen, and then with some extra metadata, generates the workflow code, and that also consolidates several MLOps tools into a single platform, all in a self-service manner. It’s functional and usable by junior and senior folks alike.
    developer-tools
    machine-learning
    b2b
    open-source
    data-engineering
  • Chatwoot
    Chatwoot (w2021)Active • 10 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Chatwoot is an open-source omnichannel customer engagement suite built as an alternative to Intercom, Zendesk etc. Chatwoot helps you to connect email, website live chat, social media handles, WhatsApp etc. and manage all your customer interactions from one place.
    b2b
    customer-success
    open-source
    customer-service
    customer-support
  • OpenPipe
    OpenPipe (s2023)Active • 2 employees • Seattle, WA, USA
    OpenPipe is an SDK that abstracts away fine-tuning custom models. We capture your existing provider’s prompt-completion pairs in the background and use them to create a new model that is faster, cheaper and often more accurate than the original.
    aiops
    artificial-intelligence
    open-source
  • Common Paper
    Common Paper (w2023)Active • 9 employees • Philadelphia, PA, USA
    Common Paper is a contracting platform that helps startups close deals with their customers faster and with less risk. We create standard, open-source contracts for commercial transactions, including NDAs, DPAs, and sales agreements. These are analogous to the SAFE, but are between customers and vendors rather than investors and startups. The standardized format means that data within contracts is structured from inception. We build software for managing standard contracts, accelerating sales cycles, and making the data within the contracts programmatically accessible to other business systems. Thousands of people have downloaded our standard contracts, and 63% of the contracts on our system close within 24 hours.
    saas
    open-source
    sales
    legal
    legaltech
  • 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
  • fern
    fern (w2023)Active • 4 employees • New York, NY, USA
    REST APIs underpin the internet but are still painful to work with. They are often untyped, unstandardized, and out-of-sync across multiple sources of truth. Deliver Stripe-level SDKs and Docs to your API users. Upload your OpenAPI, or define your API in Fern's simpler format, and generate SDKs in popular programming languages. Fern handles publishing to package managers like NPM and PyPI. When you use Fern for SDKs and Docs, you get SDK code samples automatically populated in your documentation. Discover how Fern helps developer-focused companies: https://buildwithfern.com/showcase
    developer-tools
    saas
    b2b
    open-source
    api
  • highlight.io
    highlight.io (w2023)Active • 8 employees • Irvine, CA, USA
    highlight.io is the open source, full-stack monitoring platform. With just a few lines of code, Highlight makes it easy to understand what's slowing down your users and swiftly address errors and regressions on your web app. Imagine that you have a customer reporting an issue on your web app. With highlight.io, you can playback their exact interactions to reproduce the bug and get notified of any future errors that could happen. That being said, we’re just getting started! We have plans to go way deeper into your observability stack to give you all of the visibility you need. Join us on this journey: - Star us on GitHub (https://github.com/highlight/highlight) to keep up with releases and news. - Join our Discord (https://highlight.io/community) to share product feedback and thoughts.
    developer-tools
    saas
    b2b
    open-source
    monitoring
  • Wasp
    Wasp (w2021)Active • 2 employees • Zagreb, Croatia
    Wasp is a simple configuration language for building enterprise web apps with less code and best practices. If a developer wants to build an app like Instacart, they need to know a dozen different technologies and how to make them work together - Wasp solves this problem while still letting developers use React, Node.js and their other favourite tools. We will enable enterprises to build modern apps quickly at scale, like Databricks did for data management.
    developer-tools
    open-source
  • Unify
    Unify (w2023)Active • 20 employees • London, UK
    We're on a mission to unify the AI stack and enable faster, simpler and cheaper model development and deployment through a single API.
    artificial-intelligence
    developer-tools
    machine-learning
    open-source
    api
  • Atri Labs
    Atri Labs (w2023)Active • 2 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Atri Labs is Vercel for Python developers. We are an open-source web framework that helps Python developers create production web applications. We have $6k+ in ARR, 4k+ GitHub stars, and 15+ companies in production like Meta, Nvidia and Marqeta who use us to build their internal ML web apps.
    artificial-intelligence
    developer-tools
    open-source
    no-code
  • moonrepo
    moonrepo (w2023)Active • 2 employees • Portland, OR, USA
    moonrepo is a developer tool that reduces build/test/deploy times, and maintenance costs for companies. We’ve achieved this through moon, our open source build system and repository management tool. moon can be paired with moonbase, our paid service that provides cloud caching, CI insights, code ownership, and health score related metrics. The company is founded by Miles Johnson and James Pozdena who have a combined 25+ years in the software development industry with tenure at Airbnb and Coinbase.
    developer-tools
    saas
    productivity
    open-source
    enterprise
  • Ollama
    Ollama (w2021)Active • Palo Alto, CA, USA
    artificial-intelligence
    developer-tools
    open-source
  • Artillery
    Artillery (s2021)Active • 5 employees • Limerick, Ireland
    A complete load testing platform, designed for continuous testing. Run load tests from your own AWS account, with zero infra to manage. Used by thousands of developer teams to help keep their production systems fast & reliable.
    developer-tools
    saas
    open-source
    devops
  • 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
  • CustomerOS
    CustomerOS (s2022)Active • 10 employees • London, UK
    The Top 10% of SaaS companies generate 87% of all market returns. CustomerOS gives you the data and tooling to compete with the top 10%. Specifically, we solve three major problems in B2B SaaS today: 1. CustomerOS is a system of record for all your customer data. We support 100+ integrations with any app or database that touches customer data. And there's no engineering required. 2. CustomerOS provides tooling for your in-life customer motion. We predict renewals (and churn), provide risk-weighted ARR forecasts, and manage all your Customer Success workflows, from onboarding to expansion to advocacy. 3. CustomerOS lead scores your pipeline against your ICP. We build data-driven profiles of your best customers and provide a real-time ICP-fit indicator on your sales and marketing pipeline. This ensures you're spending your CAC acquiring customers who are primed to renew year after year and expand as they grow.
    b2b
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