By 2016, HashiCorp offered both open source and commercial versions of many of its tools. Today, we have eight open source tools in our portfolio: Packer, Vagrant, Terraform, Consul, Boundary, Vault, Nomad, and Waypoint. Terraform, Consul, Vault, and Nomad have enterprise version offerings, and Terraform, Consul, and Vault are also offered as HashiCorp managed service offerings, with both free and paid tiers.
We continue to offer our products as open source because we believe that by elevating developers and practitioners to innovate in infrastructure, it helps enable the creation of broad ecosystems, and allows organizations to more easily solve integration problems and seamlessly adopt common workflows across any infrastructure element.
Our commercial products are designed to provide a central control point for the use of that specific technology in an organization. We aim to drive standardization to accelerate the benefit to practitioners operating and developing in multi-cloud environments. We are proud to count more than 5,000 contributors to HashiCorp projects, as well as more than 250 million open source downloads a year. Organizations that use HashiCorp open source tools include Cloudflare, Condé Nast, DataDog, Instacart, Peloton, Rubrik, Salesforce, Slack, Stripe, the New York Times, and thousands of others.