API Microservices Organizations

These are the organizations I come across in my research who are doing interesting things in the API space. They could be companies, institutions, government agencies, or any other type of organizational entity. My goal is to aggregate so I can stay in tune with what they are up to and how it impacts the API space.

Werker

Wercker is a continuous delivery platform focusing on changing the way developers build and deploy their applications. This platform was built in order to make developers' lives easier and enabling them to move fast and make things.

HashiCorp

HashiCorp is a company based in San Francisco that solves development, operations, and security challenges in infrastructure so organizations can focus on business-critical tasks. HashiCorp builds tools to ease these decisions by presenting solutions that span the gaps. Our tools manage both physical machines and virtual machines, Windows, and Linux, SaaS and IaaS, etc. And we're committed to supporting next-generation technologies, as well.

Seneca JS

A Micro-Services toolkit for Node.js. This toolkit lets you write clean code that you can scale without needing to refactor. Start with everything in one process, and split it all out onto multiple systems when you need to.

Dockpit

Painlesss isolation for your (micro)service development process. Dockpit makes it trivial to develop your (micro)service in isolation. It mocks the APIs you depend on and puts data stores, message queus and service registries in predictable states.

weblab

Microservices at your fingertips. no provisioning or deployments required. give your IoT device compute super powers. Run code in response to events. Your microservice up in less than 7 seconds. Use our awesome CLI to spin a service in seconds. You can also integrate with your favourite CI/CD solution for automated deployments. Run your code with just an HTTPS call. As simple as that. Your mobile or IoT device gets compute superpowers.

Hook.io

hook.io is the leading open-source provider of microservice and webhook hosting. Our service is built with  by Developers for Developers. hook.io provides free hosting for Microservices and Webhooks. These hosted services have full integrated access to the hook.io Developer API.

Magnetic

We started Magnetic.io because we were fed up with the way online systems are built in the typical enterprise. Enterprises are held hostage by long and slow development projects that result in high risk, big-bang releases. This kills innovation and stifles change. It is our mission to change this: Magnetic.io is dedicated to developing solutions that enable and stimulate innovation and change, while reducing risk and cost.

Micro

Micro is an ecosystem which provides the fundamental building blocks for developing and managing distributed systems. Technology is rapidly evolving. Cloud computing now gives us almost unlimited scale, however leveraging that scale with existing tools is still difficult. Micro attempts to solve this problem with a developer first focus.

Netsil

Netsil automatically discovers your application’s topology and builds a map of services and stakeholders so that you can visually locate hotspots and failures faster. There’s no more code instrumentation, no more hunting through manual documentation to understand services and dependencies.Netsil works the way you want to work: quickly, iteratively and collaboratively. Finally, a solution designed for microservices, containers and modern distributed systems. Download Netsil for the monitoring and performance analytics needs of your production applications.

Lattice

Lattice aspires to make clustering containers easy. Lattice includes a cluster scheduler, http load balancing, log aggregation and health management. Lattice containers can be long running or temporary tasks which get dynamically scaled and balanced across a cluster. Lattice packages components from Cloud Foundry to provide a cloud native platform for individual developers and small teams.

Datawire

We're making it easy for organizations to accelerate software innovation at scale, with open source infrastructure for microservices. We've been learning from the some of the smartest organizations adopting microservices (industry details here: microservices.com), and applying their lessons learned to our software.

Giant Swarm

Giant Swarm’s mission is to give developers the power and freedom to build the software that runs the world. Giant Swarm transforms the world towards microservices. Organizations work with Giant Swarm to easily build, deploy, and run their containerized microservices without thinking about the underlying infrastructure.

Vamp

Deploy and manage microservices with power and ease. Vamp, or the Very Awesome Microservices Platform, takes the pain out of running complex and critical service based architectures. Vamp's core features are a platform-agnostic microservices DSL, powerful A-B testing/canary releasing, autoscaling and an integrated metrics & event engine.

Fiorano Software

Fiorano powers real time, digital enterprises with a bimodal integration and API Management strategy that leverages the best of systematic (centralized, high-control) and adaptive (federated, high-speed) approaches to deliver solutions across cloud, on-premise and hybrid environments. We provide microservice-centric platform infrastructure with sophisticated integration capabilities, Connecting Anything to Everything.

nStack

Deploy data-science models to the cloud and build workflows with databases, APIs, and more.

Goa

goa provides a novel approach for developing microservices that saves time when working on independent services and helps with keeping the overall system consistent. 

Tutum

Tutum lets developers easily manage and run lightweight, portable, self-sufficient containers from any application. The same container that a developer builds and tests on a laptop can run at scale in Tutum. Their solution offers users the best capabilities and features of IaaS and PaaS, without the shortcomings or disadvantages of either one.

If you think there is an organization I should have listed here feel free to tweet it at me, or submit as a Github issue. Even though I do this full time, I'm still a one person show, and I miss quite a bit, and depend on my network to help me know what is going on.