Overclock Labs, a San Francisco, CA-based developer of tools for automating distributed cloud infrastructure, secured $1.3m in seed funding.
Backers included CrunchFund and a number of Silicon Valley angels.
Overclock Labs today announced it has officially emerged from stealth and closed a $1.3M seed funding round from as well as CrunchFund™.
The company is using the funds to develop its DISCO, which automates Cloud Infrastructure orchestration, security, and fault tolerance for global deployments.
Using DISCO, an acronym for Distributed Infrastructure for Serverless Computing Operations, a company can integrate multiple cloud service providers together to reduce costs and increase performance. DISCO allows customers to deploy applications between multiple Cloud providers such as Amazon®, Google®, IBM®, Oracle®, Rackspace® or private clouds at any time.
Users include AdTech, Media and Gaming companies, machine learning companies running big data jobs and any other organization who wants to simplify and automate their Cloud Infrastructure.