The Rust project receives support through the donation of infrastructure from the companies listed below. We are incredibly grateful for the use of these resources!
Many companies and individuals make significant contributions of time and human resources; we intend to find a way to publicly acknowledge that in the near future.
Integer 32 is providing funding for the Internals forum and monitoring for crates.io.
Microsoft Azure is sponsoring builders for Rust’s CI infrastructure, notably the extremely resource intensive rust-lang/rust repository.
ARM is providing builders for Rust’s CI infrastructure to test the compiler on AArch64.
GitHub is honored to be the home for the Rust project and core pieces of its ecosystem as well as the build/CI infrastructure behind the extremely resource intensive rust-lang/rust repository.
Sentry is providing error monitoring for services managed by the Rust project.
Mozilla is providing the Rust project with Heroku services for crates.io, Mailgun services for emails, and Discourse for the Users forum.
1Password is providing a free 1Password Teams subscription to the Rust Team, used to store and share secrets between team members.
Google Cloud is providing support for the Rust Project by helping prevent compiler regressions with Crater.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is providing hosting for release artifacts (compilers, libraries, tools, and source code), serving those artifacts to users through CloudFront, preventing regressions with Crater on EC2, and managing other Rust-related infrastructure hosted on AWS.
Interested in sponsoring work on Rust? A Rust conference? We’d love to hear from you.Message the Core Team