The fastest-growing open-source startups in Q2 2022

Snapshot of ROSS Index featuring top open-source startups by Github stars growth of their repositories. All descriptions below are based on public data and were up-to-date at the end of Q2 2022
  1. HTTPie (httpie/httpie, 22.3K stars, 4660323% AGR). API management platform. Founded in 2020 in Prague and raised $6.5M from Coatue, Cultivate Capital, Blossom Capital, Addition. Team accidentally made the repository private for a moment this spring. And GitHub deleted their community that took 10 years to build (54K stars). Read the full story on its website.
  2. Warp (warpdotdev/warp, 6.5K stars, 56216% AGR). Developer of a Rust-based coding terminal. Founded in 2020 in New York and raised $23M from Dylan Field, GV, BoxGroup, Neo.
  3. Dagger (dagger/dagger, 5.6K stars, 22957% AGR). A portable devkit for CI/CD pipelines. Founded in 2018 in San Francisco and raised $30M from Redpoint, Y Combinator, Quiet Capital, New Wave.
  4. HPC-AI Tech (hpcaitech/colossalai, 4K stars, 3543% AGR). A cloud-based platform to enhance AI computations by increasing CPU and GPU processing speeds. Founded in 2021 in Singapore and raised $4.7M from Sinovation Ventures, ZhenFund, BlueRun Ventures.
  5. MosaicML (mosaicml/composer, 2.2K stars, 1798% AGR). Platform that makes Machine Learning Training efficient with algorithmic methods. Founded in 2020 in San Francisco and raised $37M from Lux Capital, DCVC, Future Ventures, Playground Global, AME, Correlation, E14.
  6. Multiprocess Labs (multiprocessio/datastation, 2.3K stars, 925% AGR). The Data IDE for Developers. Founded in 2021 in New York and has no known external funding.
  7. Builder (builderio/qwik, 4.4K stars, 714% AGR). Low-code platform for building frontend (headless CMS). Founded in 2018 in San Francisco and raised $17.3M from Greylock, Finn Capital Partners, Imaginary Ventures.
  8. Firezone (firezone/firezone, 2.3K stars, 530% AGR). Open-source VPN server and Firewall. Founded in 2021 in Mountain View and has no known external funding.
  9. Themesberg (themesberg/flowbite, 1.9K stars, 496% AGR). Platform that offers web templates, themes, and UI for developers. Founded in 2019 in Timisoara and has no known external funding.
  10. Qdrant (qdrant/qdrant, 1.9K stars, 464% AGR). Open-source vector similarity search engine. Founded in 2021 in Berlin and raised $2.3M from 42CAP, IBB Ventures.
  11. LiveKit (livekit/livekit, 3.6K stars, 456% AGR). Open-source stack for scalable WebRTC. Founded in 2021 in San Francisco and raised $7M from Redpoint Ventures.
  12. NuxtLabs (nuxt/framework, 7.8K stars, 412% AGR). Makers of Nuxt.js and Docus. Founded in 2017 in Bordeaux and raised $2M from Firstminute Capital, Kima Ventures.
  13. Nhost (nhost/nhost, 3.1K stars, 408% AGR). Full-fledged serverless backend for web and mobile applications. Founded in 2019 in Stockholm and raised $3.1M from Antler, Nauta Capital.
  14. Umbrel (getumbrel/umbrel, 2.5K stars, 405% AGR). Personal server OS for self-hosting. Founded in 2020 and raised $3M from OSS Capital, Slow Ventures, Village Global, Naval Ravikant.
  15. Safing (safing/portmaster, 3.6K stars, 392% AGR). Application for monitoring all your network activity. Founded in 2017 in Baden and has no known external funding.
  16. Up9 Inc. (up9inc/mizu, 3.7K stars, 390% AGR). Autonomous Microservice Testing for Developers. Founded in 2019 in Palo Alto and raised from J-Ventures, Flint Capital.
  17. Raycast (raycast/extensions, 1.8K stars, 387% AGR). CLI-based developer productivity tool. Founded in 2020 in London and raised $17.6M from Accel, Coatue, Chapter One, Y Combinator.
  18. Quickwit (quickwit-oss/quickwit, 2K stars, 378% AGR). Cloud-native search engine for big data. Founded in 2020 in San Francisco and raised $2.6M from FirstMark, Firstminute Capital.
  19. Voxel51 (voxel51/fiftyone, 1.7K stars, 360% AGR). Developer tools for machine learning. Founded in 2018 in Ann Arbor and raised $3.3M from eLab Ventures, Tech Startup Stabilization Fund, NIST.
  20. Pipedream (pipedreamhq/pipedream, 3.6K stars, 349% AGR). The integration platform built for developers. Founded in 2019 in San Francisco and raised $22M from CRV, True Ventures, Felicis Ventures.


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