*Redis Sponsors

Starting from June 2015 the work Salvatore Sanfilippo is doing in order to develop Redis is sponsored by Redis Labs.

Past sponsorships:

  • The Shuttleworth Foundation donated 5000 USD to the Redis project in form of a flash grant. The details will be posted soon on a blog post documenting how the money was used. Shuttleworth Foundation
  • From May 2013 to June 2015 the work Salvatore Sanfilippo did in order to develop Redis was sponsored by Pivotal.
  • Before May 2013 the project was sponsored by VMware with the work of Salvatore Sanfilippo and Pieter Noordhuis.
  • VMware and later Pivotal provided a 24 GB RAM workstation for me to run the Redis CI test and other long running tests. Later I (Salvatore) equipped the server with an SSD drive in order to test in the same hardware with rotating and flash drives.
  • Linode 15 January 2010, provided Virtual Machines for Redis testing in a virtualized environment.
  • Slicehost 14 January 2010, provided Virtual Machines for Redis testing in a virtualized environment.
  • Citrusbyte 18 Dec 2009, part of Virtual Memory. Citrusbyte is also the company developing the Redis-rb bindings for Redis and this very web site.
  • Hitmeister 15 Dec 2009, part of Redis Cluster.
  • Engine Yard 13 Dec 2009, for blocking POP (BLPOP) and part of the Virtual Memory implementation.

Also thanks to the following people or organizations that donated to the Project:

We are grateful to Redis Labs, Pivotal, VMware and to the other companies and people that donated to the Redis project. Thank you.

*redis.io

Citrusbyte sponsored the creation of the official Redis logo (designed by Carlos Prioglio) and transferred its copyright to Salvatore Sanfilippo.

They also sponsored the initial implementation of this site by Damian Janowski and Michel Martens. Damian and Michel remain the current maintainers.

The redis.io domain was donated for a few years to the project by I Want My Name.