Weave creates a virtual network that connects Docker containers deployed across multiple hosts. Applications use the network just as if the containers were all plugged into the same network switch, with no need to configure port mappings, links, etc. Services provided by application containers on the weave network can be made accessible to the outside world, regardless of where those containers are running. Similarly, existing internal systems can be exposed to application containers irrespective of their location. Weave can traverse firewalls and operate in partially connected networks. Traffic can be encrypted, allowing hosts to be connected across an untrusted network. With weave you can easily construct applications consisting of multiple containers, running anywhere. Weave works alongside Docker's existing (single host) networking capabilities, so these can continue to be used by containers.
TypePrivate
HQLondon, GB
Founded2014
Size (employees)33 (est)-5%
Websiteweave.works
Weaveworks was founded in 2014 and is headquartered in London, GB
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Key People/Management at Weaveworks

Alexis Richardson

Alexis Richardson

Co-Founder
Matthias Radestock

Matthias Radestock

Co-Founder
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Weaveworks Office Locations

Weaveworks has offices in London and San Francisco
London, (HQ)
32-38 Scrutton St
San Francisco,
365 Vermont St
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Weaveworks Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2014

Weaveworks total Funding

$20 m

Weaveworks latest funding size

$15 m

Time since last funding

3 years ago

Weaveworks investors

Weaveworks's latest funding round in May 2016 was reported to be $15 m. In total, Weaveworks has raised $20 m
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Weaveworks Revenue

Weaveworks's revenue was reported to be £2.55 k in FY, 2017
GBP

Revenue (FY, 2017)

2.6k

Net income (FY, 2017)

(3.5m)

EBITDA (FY, 2017)

(3.4m)

EBIT (FY, 2017)

(3.5m)

Cash (31-Dec-2017)

1.1m
GBPFY, 2016FY, 2017

Revenue

2.6k

Operating expense total

3.5m

EBITDA

(3.2m)(3.4m)

EBITDA margin, %

(134999%)
GBPFY, 2015FY, 2016FY, 2017

Cash

2.3m2.0m1.1m

Accounts Receivable

36.0k3.1k

Current Assets

2.4m2.0m1.2m

PP&E

7.7k15.4k23.4k
GBPFY, 2016FY, 2017

Net Income

(3.2m)(3.5m)
GBPY, 2017

Revenue/Employee

83.9

Financial Leverage

-0.2 x
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Weaveworks Online and Social Media Presence

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Weaveworks News and Updates

Machine learning comes to Kubernetes with Kubeflow project

New Kubeflow project brings machine learning to Kubernetes Google engineers recently announced a new project dubbed Kubeflow, which leverages machine learning to address the hurdles of launching convoluted workloads on Kubernetes. Kubernetes is an open source platform that serves as the backbone of …
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Weaveworks Blogs

Best Practices for Designing and Building Containers for Kubernetes

The pod is the most fundamental element of orchestration in Kubernetes. Understanding how to design and optimize pods for Kubernetes is the first step towards creating a secure, stable, and efficient service in Kubernetes. So, we thought it would be a good idea to bring together all of the best p…

Never Lose Data with Persistent Volume Snapshots in Weave Scope 1.10

It’s been a while since we last talked about one of our most popular open source projects. Weave Scope is used by a lot of people out there to make what’s happening in your cluster observable. At the Weaveworks booth at various conferences I immediately noticed, how people regularly stop by whe…

Why is a PULL vs a PUSH pipeline important?

With GitOps, automated delivery pipelines roll out changes to your infrastructure when changes are made by pull request to Git. But GitOps goes further than that and it also makes use of tools that compares the production state of your application with what’s under source control and alerts you if…

AWS and Kubernetes Networking Options and Trade-offs - Part 3

There are two ways to run Kubernetes in Amazon cloud. Amazon provides a managed Kubernetes service (EKS) or you can launch instances and setup your own unmanaged cluster. The advantages of EKS are fairly obvious: Tight integration with Amazon services. Amazon manages your Kubernetes cluster co…

AWS Networking Overview - Part 2

The other part to understanding networking on Kubernetes running on Amazon is the underlying Amazon network technology. AWS started out with a simple flat network, but due to customer demand for segmented networks, and to provide a more full-featured network implementation, it now includes VPC (vi…

Celebrating an AWSome partnership

As of today, Weaveworks is part of the newly launched AWS container competency program. The AWS container competency is reserved for technology partners with deep AWS expertise that provide specialized technical proficiency and proven customer success with operating container workloads. To see the …
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Weaveworks Company Life and Culture

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Weaveworks Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Weaveworks founded?

    Weaveworks was founded in 2014.

  • Who are Weaveworks key executives?

    Weaveworks's key executives are Alexis Richardson and Matthias Radestock.

  • How many employees does Weaveworks have?

    Weaveworks has 33 employees.

  • What is Weaveworks revenue?

    Latest Weaveworks annual revenue is £2.6 k.

  • What is Weaveworks revenue per employee?

    Latest Weaveworks revenue per employee is £77 .

  • Who are Weaveworks competitors?

    Competitors of Weaveworks include TimeSys, Object Computing (OCI) and Driven.

  • Where is Weaveworks headquarters?

    Weaveworks headquarters is located at 32-38 Scrutton St, London.

  • Where are Weaveworks offices?

    Weaveworks has offices in London and San Francisco.

  • How many offices does Weaveworks have?

    Weaveworks has 2 offices.