Click on any of the companies below to read about what their products actually do and why they're so valuable.
Datadog is monitoring software - developers use it to get operational visibility into their servers and applications.
Okta is an enterprise-focused identity provider: they take care of managing usernames, passwords, and permissions.
Segment helps teams track their product and marketing data and send it to whichever tools it needs to go to.
Docker helps developers isolate their code and infrastructure in containers so things always run smoothly.
Hashicorp sells software that helps developers manage their cloud infrastructure via code-based configuration.
Cloudflare provides networking tools that help companies distribute their apps globally and securely.
MongoDB is a highly popular unstructured, NoSQL document database for powering your applications.
Apache Kafka is a framework for streaming real time data, and Confluent offers Kafka as a managed service.
Databricks sells a data science and analytics platform built on top of an open source package called Apache Spark.
UIPath helps people automate rote manual tasks like updating spreadsheets and creating documents.
JFrog provides a bunch of products and services around DevOps, i.e. deploying software to the world.
Stripe sells payments infrastructure for internet businesses: billing, processing cards, refunds, and the like.
Plaid acts as an intermediary between apps (like Venmo) and your bank so that you can log in and share data securely.
GitLab is a giant tool for literally anything you'd want to do relating to building and deploying software.
New Relic is observability software: teams use it to monitor the performance of their apps and infrastructure.
Elasticsearch is a popular open source database for storing and searching unstructured data.
Postman is a suite of tools that helps developers build, test, and use internal and external API endpoints.