No.
33
IPO

Kong

Build your cloud connectivity fabric with the industry-leading end-to-end service connectivity platform that unifies API gateway, ingress and service mesh into one developer solution.

No.
38
IPO

Grafana Labs

Grafana Labs is an open source software platform built to support monitoring, visualization, and metric analytics.

No.
108
IPO

dbt Labs

dbt is a data transformation tool that enables data analysts and engineers to transform, test and document data in the cloud data warehouse.

No.
144
IPO

Tigera

Kubernetes-native security and observability Security and observability as code for cloud-native applications Get StartedRequest a Demo PCI Compliance for Hosts, VMs, Containers and Kubernetes Implement an automated and scalable solution

No.
190
IPO

CARTO

The future of GIS? It’s Spatial Data Science. CARTO is the world’s leading Location Intelligence platform for Data Scientists, Developers and Analysts in Enterprise.

No.
203
IPO

Gitpod

Always ready to code - spin up fresh, automated dev environments for each task, in the cloud, in seconds.

No.
214
IPO

FOSSA

Accelerate open source adoption with scalable, end-to-end management for third-party code, license compliance and vulnerabilities.

No.
241
IPO

Serverless

Easily develop and monitor auto-scaling applications on AWS Lambda, API Gateway, DynamoDB, etc., with the Serverless Framework and Serverless Monitoring Dashboard.

No.
375
IPO

GitLab

GitLab is a web-based DevOps lifecycle tool that provides a Git repository manager providing wiki, issue-tracking and continuous integration and deployment pipeline features, using an open-source license, developed by GitLab Inc.

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A company must offer transparent pricing
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A user needs to be able to sign up and start using the product immediately without speaking to anyone first.

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