Here at InfraDNA, Inc. <http://infradna.com>, we develop "software development tools" --- software that other software engineers use to write software.
More specifically, we develop a genre of software called "continuous integration server" <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Contin…ntegration> called Hudson <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hudson_(software)>. It is a server application that's often shared by a team (as many as several hundreds) of developers, controlling a cluster of up to 100+ computers to build software, run tests, and do all kinds of automation. We can think of it as a faithful butler that helps us, hence the name Hudson.
Hudson is the most popular software of its kind, with more than 20,000+ deployments around the world across the industries, and is critical to the success of many software development companies.
InfraDNA Inc. is a startup founded by the father of Hudson, Kohsuke Kawaguchi <http://kohsuke.org>. It is *THE* Hudson company engaging in consulting, enhancing and supporting Hudson’s source code and its deployments.