Amazon Web Services (AWS) offers a broad set of global compute, storage, database, analytics, application, and deployment services that help organizations move faster, lower IT costs, and scale applications.
Cloud Foundry is an open source Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) system, that frees DevOps from the labor of configuring, deploying and maintaining application platforms and lets them focus on building features and streamlining build/test/deployment.
Docker is a widely-used open source standard toolkit for managing containers, favored by many developers for ease of use, widespread compatibility, and for cultivating contributions to a large library of containerized components ready for use.
Google Cloud Platform is the name of a collection of associated IaaS and container hosting, serverless computing, storage, and other services managed by Google in their global datacenters.
HashiCorp is a company created around a powerful and flexible array of open source DevOps tools and utilities, including the portable dev environment utility Vagrant, the abstract deployer, Terraform, the service discovery framework, Consul, and several other projects.
Jenkins is a a popular, open source automation tool that lets developers build CI/CD pipelines for automated management of build, test, and deployment.
OpenShift is a container application platform supported by Red Hat. It combines some of the features of a PaaS with those of a container orchestrator.
OpenStack is open source software for creating private and public infrastructure-as-a-service clouds.
Spinnaker is open source continuous delivery software, originally developed at Netflix, and designed to help programming teams streamline build/test/deployment on all major public and private cloud and container orchestration platforms.