We are immensely grateful to the following sponsors for their ongoing support of the Python Package Index
Previous supporters and one-time donors
We are thankful to our previous sponsors and one-time donors for their support of the Python Package Index
PyPI previously used CloudAMQP's hosted RabbitMQ to act as a broker for Celery.
PyPI previously used Dyn to host the authorative nameservers for PyPI.org and pythonhosted.org
PyPI used Elasticsearch hosted on Elastic Cloud to enable fast, high quality search for PyPI.
PyPI used Heroku, Heroku Postgres, and Heroku Redis to serve Warehouse during development.
HPE previously sponsored Donald, our lead developer, to work full-time on Python packaging projects.
During his time at HPE, Donald built the foundations of the codebase powering PyPI.
Kabu Creative designed the logos and user interface for Warehouse - the new codebase powering PyPI.
As part of this process, Kabu also established the HTML / SCSS codebase, including copy, design and front-end coding standards.
In late 2017 the Python Packaging Working Group was awarded a Mozilla Open Source Support (MOSS) award.
This award was used to move PyPI from its legacy codebase and deploy Warehouse - the new codebase powering PyPI.
Open Technology Fund
In 2019 the Python Packaging Working Group was awarded a contract through the OTF Core Infrastructure Fund.
This contract included an audit and improvements to the accessibility of PyPI, internationalization and translations for PyPI user interface, and security features including two-factor authentication and API tokens for uploads.
SignalFx previously was a supporter of the Python Package Index.