Stackery Raises $5.5M in Funding

Stackery, a Portland, OR-based provider of software for enterprises to operationalize and govern their serverless applications, raised $5.5m in funding.

The round was led by Steve Kishi of HWVP with participation from Voyager Capital, Pipeline Capital Partners, and Founders’ Co-op.

The company has now raised a total of more than $7.3m since its founding in November 2016.

Founded in 2016 and led by Nate Taggart, CEO, Stackery provides enterprise companies with a SaaS platform to manage release automation, governance, observability, and operational control over serverless applications and infrastructure.

In addition to the funding, the company has released its serverless Health Metrics Dashboard to all existing and new customers. The Health Metrics Dashboard provides at-a-glance visibility into the health across all tiers of a distributed serverless application, with the ability to quickly drill down to individual resources with deep diagnostic observability.



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