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Infrastructure Startup Ideas

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A startup that wants to make it easier for communities to keep track of their infrastructure (pipes, water, etc).


A tool for automating cloud infrastructure.


A platform for employers to manage their recruiting needs without having to use their own infrastructure. It currently has 35 customers.


A startup that helps you pay for things with credit cards for merchants who may not have the traditional infrastructure.


A company that helps small and medium-sized companies (SMEs) build their own Telco-like infrastructure.


A tool that helps organizations build and maintain their cloud infrastructures.


A P2P lending platform for businesses that don’t have the resources to build out the infrastructure to do their own payments.


 A “Global Credit Network” where you can borrow money from anyone in the world — no credit checks and no collateral. The startup is building the infrastructure to make international microlending easy.


A SaaS platform that helps IT teams automatically create a repeatable, secure, and reliable infrastructure for IoT/edge devices.


A SaaS company that claims to let companies scale their mobile payments infrastructure as needed.


A startup that wants to help people automate their infrastructure, powering their servers and computers with apps.


A tool that helps programmers build and execute microservices-based applications on any cloud or on-premise infrastructure. This is a startup that is building its own infrastructure on top of AWS.


A company that tracks network traffic to help ISPs and other web services optimize their infrastructure.


A software tool that lets companies own and manage the cloud infrastructure they buy, instead of relying on vendors.


A startup that provides the infrastructure “to build and scale simple, automated, and scalable apps built on top of the open source Git version control system.”


A tool that helps companies take advantage of their Amazon Web Services infrastructure, and helps them automate tasks.


An open source database for database administrators to quickly and easily populate their infrastructure with needed data.


New York based startup that is taking the stress out of managing your own private cloud, allowing you to manage your own servers, backups, and other essential infrastructure.


A software firm that helps companies build out their infrastructure to handle data crunching and AI.


This is a platform that brings the benefits of a SaaS program to a closed system, allowing companies to securely deploy and manage their infrastructure on-demand, with a focus on collaboration and integration with existing systems.


A startup that provides a suite of tools for managing and monitoring IT infrastructure, from network monitoring to backups.


A startup that wants to help the US government better manage its IT infrastructure.


This startup aims to “make data science a core competency for all public and private enterprises”, offering software and infrastructure.


A startup that plans to help large and small companies build their own cloud infrastructure on top of Microsoft’s Azure platform.


A platform which provides cost-efficient and secure cloud-based maintenance operations for IT infrastructure through a single API.


Fulfillment as a service for virtualization of IT infrastructure in the cloud.


A new payment option for cities. The startup is giving cities a new way to pay for things, with programs that work with existing infrastructure but also with the company’s own private network.


A crowdfunding platform for cities and countries that want to fund infrastructure like clean water, sewer, and roads.


A SaaS product that monitors a company’s IT infrastructure in real-time, helping it remain stable and avoid downtime.


 Handy is a company that provides a digital platform for maintenance contracts and labor agreements, allowing businesses to manage changes to their infrastructure.


A tool to help companies manage their IT infrastructure from a single dashboard. The startup was founded by two former Cisco employees.


A startup that’s building the infrastructure for an on-demand delivery system for restaurants.


This startup wants to give people a way to donate money to causes that don’t have any existing infrastructure to collect or accept donations. It’s building out a platform that allows users to donate money to charities of their choice — with no fees or transaction fees, and no minimum amount. The company is building its own user base, with the goal of being a partner with any charity that wants to work with them.


A cloud-native, multi-tenant application platform that focuses on making it easier to manage a company’s backend infrastructure. It’s the company’s first product, and the company is targeting $100 million in revenue as it adds new features.


Idea: A startup that is building the infrastructure for an online market for small businesses to buy and sell cryptocurrency


A way to get around the “proprietary” nature of most software for companies with multiple vendors. A way for companies to create standard versions of their software that they can then sell, with a multi-vendor infrastructure that can easily transition between platforms.


A way to rapidly deploy and scale software for companies. It works by allowing companies to build their own infrastructure and then have it render their software.


Idea: A startup that helps companies manage their data The startup believes that data is the new oil and wants to help build the infrastructure to help companies unlock its value


Idea: A help desk automation tool that aims to help IT departments better understand and manage their infrastructure


Idea: A solution for managing a company’s video streaming infrastructure. The first product is a video player that allows companies to put videos on their website and have them work on desktops and mobile devices.