Atlassian is a global software company that provides enterprise collaboration tools to the world’s leading organisations. Founded in 2002 in Sydney, Australia, the company has grown quickly to an international company with offices in San Franciso, Amsterdam and Sydney with 400 employees worldwide and 17,000 customers worldwide in more than 142 countries. Atlassian prides itself on its customer service and it has won numerous awards. On top of that, Atlassian also donate free licenses to non-profit organizations and open source projects. By selling their Starter Licenses at $10, they have raised $1.2m for the Room to Read project.
Puppet Labs is the leader in IT automation. Puppet helps sysadmins automate configuration and management of machines and the software running on them. With Puppet, businesses can make rapid, repeatable changes and automatically enforce the consistency of systems and devices, across physical and virtual machines, on premise or in the cloud.
Today, tens of thousands of the world’s leading companies manage millions of machines and devices using Puppet .Companies like Bank of America, Cisco, NYSE, and salesforce.com are able to deploy their own software faster, be more productive, and gain insight into infrastructure configurations and operation.
Founded in 2005, Puppet Labs employs more than 300 people and raised $86 million from industry heavyweights like Cisco, Google Ventures, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Radar Partners, Triangle Peak Partners, True Ventures and VMware.
Jetbrains is a software development company and their mission is to make professional software development a more productive and enjoyable experience. It is the creator of one of the best Java IDE – IntelliJ IDEA. They have also won awards for their creation like WebStorm, ReShaper, dotTrace, TeamCity and more. Their products are used by more than 1,000,000 developers from over 64,000 companies worldwide. Some of them are Apple, LinkedIn, Samsung and Boeing.