Platform.sh is a VC backed startup headquartered in Paris, with offices in the US, UK and Germany and employees on five continents.
In its first two years of activity, Platform.sh saw explosive growth acquiring thousands of clients from more than a hundred countries, doing as much business in the United States as in Europe. Among its clients you can find key accounts, such as Vivienne Westwood, the British Retailer Reiss, the Canadian Football League, the British Council, Parc Asterix, Seloger.com, the German startup Flixbus, and the South American daily newspaper El Universo.
Serving the web application market, large e-commerce sites and media sites, it is the official cloud partner of major open source projects such as Symfony and Drupal Commerce. In February 2016, Platform.sh was chosen by Magento to power and operate their flagship Magento Enterprise Cloud Edition. It has also signed exclusive deals with Orange Business Services and Microsoft Germany to offer the first sovereign PaaS solution to European customers.
Platform.sh’s fully automated cloud solutions cover the needs of small self-service accounts but can scale to tens of millions of users and power multiple, dedicated cloud regions running tens of thousands of instances over multiple IaaS providers.
24/7 follow-the-sun support combined with a unique, triple-redundant architecture based on a high density grid of Linux micro-containers allow the service to propose 99.99% SLAs on even the most complex use-cases.
We believe software should run.
That developers should concern themselves with features and code quality, not servers and tooling.
We believe the infrastructure can and should be abstracted away.
We believe there is no enterprise software. Just software. That auditability, security and high-availability are fundamentals.
We believe you can move fast without breaking things, that software is change, and that fear of change can be overcome.
We believe that we know how to do this. That it’s our job to make software just run. On every cloud. On-premises. Everywhere.