OneDB is an open source, decentralized backend - it handles user authentication, data storage, and validation, so you can focus on creating a beautiful user interface.
Anyone can host a OneDB instance, and end-users can decide where they want to store their data. This means end-users have complete control and ownership over their data. And by utilizing the existing network of OneDB instances, you can deploy your app for free, forever.
one-db.datafire.io allows up to 10MB of free storage per user
OneDB makes it easy to add user authentication, data storage, and validation to your frontend. Check out the documentation to learn more.
Bobby Brennan is the lead developer for OneDB. He has spent the last four years building backend developer tools at DataFire, maintains a number of open source projects, and previously worked for Google as a Senior Software Engineer
Andrew Brennan has extensive experience in the software industry, particularly in product management, sales, and marketing. He currently works at DataFire, and was previously at InsightSquared.
Throop Wilder has co-founded and built successful startups in computer software, networking hardware, and energy storage. Throop co-founded American Internet (sold to Cisco Systems) and Crossbeam Systems (sold to Blue Coat / Symantec). He later founded and ran 24m Technologies, a manufacturer of ultra-low cost lithium-ion batteries.
Bob Brennan has built and run several software companies throughout his career. He recently retired as CEO of Veracode, which was sold to CA Technologies in April, 2017. Prior to Veracode, Bob served as CEO of Iron Mountain, which had acquired his previous company, Connected Corporation