Codeship, a Boston, MA — based provider of hosted continuous integration (CI) solutions for software build and test automation, completed a $7m Series A round of funding.
The round was led by Ascent Venture Partners with participation from previous investors Sigma Prime Partners, Boston Seed Capital and F-Prime Capital. In conjunction with the funding, Ascent General Partner Luke Burns will join Codeship’s Board of Directors.
The company, which has raised $11.1m, intends to use the funds to enhance its CI platform.
Led by Moritz Plassnig, CEO, Codeship offers a hosted Continuous Integration platform that integrates with the existing DevOps stack and enables customers to to test and deploy new software and accelerate time-to-market of products and features.
The company recently launched the Jet product, which brings native Docker support to allow developers to customize test environments based on Docker Compose, promoting parity in development, test and production environments.