We are changing how people install and manage server software, making it easier than ever for everyone to run their favorite apps and development frameworks. By eliminating the complexity involved in installing server software, we make it possible for anyone, anywhere, to deploy software in minutes with native installers for Windows, OS X and Linux, as VMware or in the cloud.
From a developer getting started with the latest web technology stack, to the small business that wants to host their own CRM in the cloud, to the IT manager that wants to standardize how his infrastructure is managed, Bitnami saves users countless hours of configuring and setting up servers.
Open source roots run deep at Bitnami and we are happy to contribute to the continued success of the open source applications we package, many of which are often better and more flexible than their commercial counterparts. We do so by lowering the technical barrier to its adoption and making them accessible to a larger audience.
We partner with Amazon, Microsoft and other cloud providers to make cloud-based application hosting a snap. Read more about how we do it.
Bitnami was born in 2011 with headquarters in San Francisco and offices in Seville, Spain and Krakow, Poland.
Over a million apps and dev stacks are deployed through Bitnami each month by all types of businesses, educational institutions, non-profits and individual users around the world.
We are fast-growing, profitable, and part of Y Combinator (Winter 2013).
Daniel Lopez A former contributor to the Apache project, Daniel is now helping to manage Bitnami world domination, one app at a time.
Erica Brescia Erica is searching for a way to clone our team members so we can bring more apps to more users! She also manages company operations, business development, and more.
Jon Silvers As head marketing geek, Jon oversees the company brand, communications and product marketing, and is the self-anointed company mascot.
Victoria Ponce Victoria develops Bitnami, coordinates the European team, keeps us on schedule, and apparently never sleeps.
Daniel Liszka Daniel "Danoo" Liszka works on web applications devlopement, backend, cloud-based solutions and processes automation. As one of the first employees, he's worked on just about everything!
Beltran Rueda When he's not traveling around the world and speaking at user groups, Beltrán oversees continuous development and automation for Bitnami stacks.
Carlos Sanchez Carlos works on the Bitnami web services development, deployment and the internal cloud architecture and automation. He is also an expert in zapping any bugs he finds in the code.
Juanjo Medina Juanjo works in web development and application packaging and deployment. He likes to code in his pajamas.
Inaki Izaola Inaki is the sales director at Bitnami. He is also a travel agency for his friends and family and a Jedi in his free time.
Wojciech Kocjan Wojciech is a developer at Bitnami. Long time open source contributor. Loves electronic gadgets.
Victor Ponferrada Victor spends his days fixing weird issues and fighting with security updates from other software projects.
Javier Saenz Javi studied Business and Law at UPO in Seville. When he’s not working you can find him enjoying some delicious “tapas” in the city centre or flying through virtual skies as pilot of a virtual airline.
Cristian Gauxachs Cristian is a mild-mannered stack developer, but occasionally transforms into a sys admin when needed.
Carlos Corrales Carlos works on creating new stacks, fixing bugs and helping users in Bitnami community and has the secret power to predict the past.
David Medina Even Chuck Norris would be impressed how David can sneeze with his eyes open. When he's not sneezing, he's working on stack support and development.
Diego is an engineer, advisor, entrepreneur, and investor to many technology companies. He was former CEO of IndexTank, a real-time full text search application, which was opened sourced under the Apache license in 2011. Before IndexTank, Diego founded Flaptor (now called Searchify), a software company that specialized in search and information retrieval. He was director of engineering at XoopIT and has held senior engineering roles at LookSmart and Inktomi.
Peter Courture is SVP Strategy for United Microelectronics Corporation (NYSE: UMC) and has more than 30 years advising and working in technology, media and engineering companies, especially with respect to intellectual property, alliances and licensing and global business transactions. He is also an instructor at Stanford Law School and a court appointed neutral for the Federal District Court for the Northern District of California.
Elad is a serial entrepreneur, operating executive, and investor and advisor to several private companies. Previously he was the VP of Corporate Strategy at Twitter, as well as ran various product teams (Geo, Search). He joined Twitter via the acquisition of MixerLabs, a company was co-founder and CEO of. MixerLabs ran GeoAPI, one of the early developer-centric platform infrastructure products. Elad spent many years at Google, where he started the mobile team and was involved in all aspects of getting the team up and running. Involved with 3 acquisitions (including the Android team) and was the original product manager for Google Mobile Maps and other key mobile products.
Eric Hahn is the founding partner of the Inventures Group, a leading “mentor investment” firm based in Palo Alto, California. At Inventures, Mr. Hahn has served as a director and/or has been actively involved with companies including Red Hat, Zimbra, Opsware, Proofpoint, and Good Technology. Previously, Mr. Hahn served as the CTO for Netscape Communications, Inc. and was a member of the company’s Executive Committee. In addition, Mr. Hahn was the founder and CEO of Collabra Software, Inc., a leading groupware provider that was acquired by Netscape in 1995. Prior to Collabra, Mr. Hahn ran the cc:Mail division of Lotus Development Corporation. Mr. Hahn began his career at Bolt, Beranek and Newman, where he worked on the ARPANET, the precursor to the Internet. Mr. Hahn serves as a Trustee of the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California and holds a B.S. degree and an honorary Ph.D. in computer science from the Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
Othman is an investor and entrepreneur. He has founded several companies, the latest of which was acquired by Twitter, where he was VP of Product, responsible for Growth, Revenue and International. Before MixerLabs, Othman was at Google, where he managed a number of products including the Google Toolbar, Google Gears, early Firefox extensions, as well FastNet (real-time fetching and caching infrastructure). Prior to Google, Othman was at ACCESS Systems, where he ran server-side engineering. Othman currently serves on the board of directors of ESI Group, a publicly traded French software company. Othman has an MBA from MIT and a BS + MS in Computer Science & Industrial Engineering from Stanford.
Jun is a serial entrepreneur who has founded five startups in the US and Japan. He is currently the founding partner of CSR Venture / iCamp, a seed fund and acceleration program for mobile internet startups focusing on China. Previously, he was CEO for Anova Solutions, COO at eTop technology, and director of research and development at Cadence Design Systems.
Danielle Morrill is the CEO & Cofounder of Mattermark. She previously held the same role at Referly and was the first non-founding member of cloud communications platform company Twilio. She advocates for and advises entrepreneurs through Startup Weekend, Twilio Fund, and as a mentor to 500 Startups. She was named to the Forbes 30 Under 30 for Social/Mobile Technology in 2011.
Ullas is the founder of the seed stage investment firm, Streamlined Ventures. The firm is focused on investing in transformational companies that are building enabling technologies for the Web, Mobile Web, Social Web and Enterprise. He has invested personally in over 60 companies spanning Internet 1.0, Web 2.0, the mobile web and enterprise computing. Prior to launching Streamlined Ventures, Ullas was a senior partner at Globespan/JAFCO America Ventures for 12 years and invested in the web, mobile web and enterprise infrastructure spaces. He also started the firm’s cleantech practice. Prior to that, Ullas was a senior research analyst at FAC Equities.
Since 2005 YCombinator has funded over 630 startups. Y Combinator developed a new model of startup funding in which twice a year they invest a small amount of money ($14-20k + an $80k note) in a large number of startups. The startups move to Silicon Valley for three months, during which they work intensively with them to get the company into the best possible shape and refine their pitch to investors. Bitnami participated in the YCombinator class of Winter 2013.