Enabling complex multi-cloud deployments for enterprises with the power of Netflix and Google developed (and open sourced) Spinnaker, Armory – a continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) platform has got $10M in a Series A funding round led by Crosslink Capital, with participation from Bain Capital Ventures, Javelin Venture Partners, Y Combinator and Robin Vasan.
Just added last year to our portfolio, Armory has raised a total amount of $14M by now including this recent Series A funding. Armory is currently offering two Spinnaker options: Open Source Spinnaker for small teams and Enterprise Spinnaker for large enterprises.
When they started the company, the founders made a decision to hitch their wagon to Spinnaker, a project that had the backing of industry heavyweights like Google and Netflix.
“Spinnaker would become an emerging standard for enabling truly multi-cloud deployments at scale. Instead of re-creating the wheel and building another in-house continuous delivery platform, we made a big bet on having Spinnaker at the core of Armory’s Platform,” company CEO and co-founder Daniel R. Odio wrote in a blog post announcing the funding.
The bet apparently paid off and the company’s version of Spinnaker is widely deployed enterprise solution (at least according to them). The startup’s ultimate goal is to help Fortune 2000 companies deploy software much faster — and accessing and understanding CI/CD is a big part of that.
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