Atlassian supports our efforts by donating their JIRA, Confluence, and Crowd products to our organization.
Atlassian is an innovative Australian software company providing
enterprise software solutions to the world's leading organizations;
their generous donation allows us to coordinate our efforts and our
attention in ways we never could before. Try
JIRA for yourself
Google Maps generously donates usage of its maps APIs, allowing us to display maps and perform geo-lookups.
JetBrains IntelliJ IDEA
JetBrains generously donates IntelliJ IDEA, the most intelligent Java IDE, to VolunteerMatch. It's a great tool that greatly increases our development productivity.
Github generously donates private source code hosting to VolunteerMatch allowing us to keep our source code safely versioned and backed-up.
Dynect offers VolunteerMatch access to their hosted DNS platform. Their easy-to-use interface and powerful API allows us to easily administer our nonprofit and corporate URLs.
Amazon Web Services
VolunteerMatch relies on Amazon EC2, S3, and Cloudfront for highly available and redundant cloud hosting and CDN services. No more racking servers, running cables, replacing hard-drives, or shuffling backup tapes with Amazon's cloud services.
New Relic generously donates their RPM Gold product allowing us to monitor our site performance to insure our users have a great experience when they visit VolunteerMatch.
PagerDuty generously donates their excellent on-call notification system to make sure when there's a problem with our systems we know about it, even if it's in the middle of the night!
MySQL's open source database has been an integral part of
VolunteerMatch's ability to provide a world-class web presence. Their
helpful support and unequaled technology are a ubiquitous part of
what has made the web what it is today.