Development work on Bundler has been sponsored by many companies over the years. Here, we thank the companies that have directly contributed money or significant paid time to implement features or fix bugs.
Heroku employs Terence Lee to maintain the Ruby platform on Heroku, including ongoing contributions to Bundler.
Engine Yard employed Yehuda Katz, Carl Lerche, and André Arko during the initial development of Bundler and sponsored the development of the
bundle inject command. They also provide a weekly sponsorship to support ongoing development work on Bundler.
Stripe provides a weekly sponsorship to support ongoing development work on Bundler.
The Bundler dependency API provides dependency information to Bundler version 1.1 and higher. It speeds up `bundle install` by several times over, but requires server capacity beyond what RubyCentral is able to provide for rubygems.org. These sponsors have provided the resources that make hosting the Bundler API possible.
Heroku provides the Ruby and Postgres servers that the API runs on.
Honeybadger provides exception reporting, tracking, and alerting.
PagerDuty provides operational alerting, notifications, and on-call schedule rotation.
Papertrail provides hosted log management for all of the API servers.
AppSignal provides error tracking and performance monitoring.
Rollbar provides exception tracking and analysis.