Elestio was originally built by our founding technical team as an internal tool to manage thousands of virtual machines running open-source software in production environments used by millions of users, Fortune 100 companies, as well as startups, web agencies, and freelancers. Our proven team has been developing and refining Elestio's core technology for over 15 years, deploying and maintaining over 12,000 production services.
Improve the open-source ecosystem by providing fully managed services for a large catalog of curated software, contributing to OSS projects, and also creating a recurring revenue for OSS authors.
If maintaining open-source software is your passion, you should probably consider joining our team. For the rest of us, there’s Elestio: we make open-source software simple and safe.
We can only exist inside a vibrant open-source community of high-quality, well maintained software. We do our part to contribute via our revenue sharing program and codebase contributions.
We empower users with choice: Choose your software, hosting provider, region, and enjoy simple, transparent, and predictable pricing. No more surprise bills, no more feature barriers.
Based in Ireland but building an international team with full remote mindset since day one. Our multicultural team is composed of passionate engineers pushing the boundaries. Open-source is at the core of our technology and business, contributing back with code and money is one of our main goal.
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We share revenue with open-source authors participating in our program. This is a win-win to us. Open-source developers and communities get more resources to improve their softwares and our customers, staff and other stakeholders know that they are helping to support something really positive.
The goal is to create a sustainable ecosystem where open-source authors can focus on improving their software without any DevOps responsibilities, and without going into B2B/SaaS business models.