It’s about more than code and infrastructure. It’s about the spirit of generosity and resilience that shines through it.
Companies are stepping up to help their communities get through this moment stronger than before — and we’re honored to help power their efforts. Meet a few of the many businesses that are giving back and paying it forward.
The Weather Channel and weather.com, part of IBM, are using AI to provide COVID-19 data and stats. Pulling relevant data from state and local governments, it provides trend graphs, interactive maps, details on case data, Q&A, and the latest news and video.
Thousands of people are tuning in to daily live streams of the Metropolitan Opera, provided by Brightcove's streaming capabilities. Brightcove is supporting organizations affected by COVID-19 with free services.
Google is going far beyond helping people find essential information about COVID-19: they’re providing $800M in support of small businesses and have deployed countless other programs to support their employees, partners, and community.
MakerBot is supporting the healthcare community with a range of 3D printing initiatives aimed at fighting the shortage of critical PPE and medical supplies for frontline workers.
Support Local is a platform created by Gannett to help communities support and discover opportunities to help their favorite local businesses across the nation and access special services they may be providing during these times.
Overstock is matching customer donations to the American Red Cross, donating bedding and cribs to a children’s hospital in their hometown of Salt Lake City, and providing free shipping so customers can make their homes feel safe, comfortable and productive.
At a time of unprecedented demand for trusted content and data journalism, the FT has made many articles and curated data sets, including their Coronavirus Tracker, free to read so everyone can access the key information they need to navigate this crisis.
The Paycheck Protection Planner provides practical tools and resources for businesses to navigate the complicated web of stimulus programs — helping them get the most forgivable stimulus funding available, as fast as possible.
Pantheon is providing its remote development collaboration tool, Multidev, free for all teams. It's also providing organizations on the frontlines of COVID-19 with free access to WebOps platform. Both offers are good through July 1, 2020.
Contentful is making it easier for affected organizations to build COVID-19 response pages by providing a free JAMstack static website template, along with access to a network of volunteer developers to help implement it.
For all the fans longing for the race to return, MotoGP has made its entire online race archive available for free, as well as organized live virtual races that feature their riders.
Faithlife, a technology company, has pulled together free and low-cost resources to help churches, families, and schools thrive during the coronavirus outbreak.
DealerOn is making it easier for all of its dealers to connect with car buyers who are staying at home by providing them with free digital retailing tools.
Fandom launched six initiatives geared towards entertaining & engaging fans across all interests – from trivia shows to live video interview events with their favorite celebs/creators – all in an effort to support Direct Relief’s efforts to combat COVID19.
Times are tough, but sleep doesn't have to be. Sleep Sounds is offering free access to their premium, 10-hour, high-definition ambient sounds on Amazon Alexa to help families sleep, relax, meditate, or focus during these challenging times.
Despite unprecedented traffic, a massive shift to computing over home networks, and droves of services moving online, the web is holding strong. Dive into the data, discover the innovations supporting these network conditions, and see how Fastly is expanding responsibly.
No one could have predicted this uptick, but our research shows how modern websites and applications are performing amid changing internet conditions.
Crucial updates to internet architecture — only widely adopted over the last 10 years — are creating the capacity for us to live, work, and learn from home today.
See how we’re managing network expansion and capacity planning in a remote-first world.
We’re making sure our team is supported by providing the resources they need to stay in touch, work and learn productively from home, and access the services and information they need.
Like many companies, Fastly became a fully-remote team overnight. And while moving quickly has merit, it only works if you constantly audit your missteps and rapidly adjust your actions. We’re sharing what we learned and some things we’ve changed along the way.
Stepping up means stepping in during hard times. Meet some of the nonprofit organizations responding to the COVID-19 pandemic, online and on the front lines.
Fastly is providing $50M in services to nonprofit and open-source organizations. How can we help your organization?
Fastly provides mission-critical infrastructure for many of the websites and applications that are keeping the world connected at this difficult time. We help our customers — the best of the web — deliver fast, secure, and scalable online experiences. And now, more than ever, we’re proud to stand behind them. Learn more about our values and what drives us.