Israeli Kubernetes open supply safety firm ARMO has introduced the completion of a $30 million Sequence A financing spherical, led by Tiger World with Hyperwise Ventures and participation from present traders, Pitango First and Peled Ventures.
The Jerusalem-based firm has developed an end-to-end, open, clear and totally customizable safety resolution known as Kubescape for the Kubernetes open-source neighborhood. Kubernetes has develop into the de-facto working system for cloud-native purposes, making Kubernetes safety extra important than ever.
The corporate was based by CEO Shauli Rozen, CTO Leonid Sandler and VP R&D Ben Hirschberg.
Rozen stated, “DevOps groups are liable for the safety of Kubernetes they usually choose to make use of an open supply for it, however in addition they want the answer to be end-to-end and match natively into their present stack. Firms are being pressured to decide on: both attempt to combine a number of totally different open supply instruments collectively or decide to a proprietary resolution you can’t adapt, entry the code, affect the roadmap or contribute to.”
With tens of hundreds of customers and greater than 2,500 registered customers accessing Kubescape as a cloud SaaS. ARMO is dedicated to constructing and sustaining its Kubernetes safety platform as 100% end-to-end open supply in order that builders can collaborate on a broader vary of points, gather extra data and experience, and make Kubernetes safety way more resilient.
ARMO will use the brand new funds to increase operations, open new places of work and rent internationally, bringing in additional builders to work on Kubescape and put money into its open supply neighborhood. The corporate can even increase its product and advertising and marketing groups.
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