Agile Stacks, Inc., a San Mateo, CA-based provider of a DevOps automation platform for cloud infrastructure and machine learning (ML), raised $6m in Series A funding.
The round was led by Rosecliff Ventures and joined by Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), along with initial investors Canaan, and Alumni Ventures Group. In conjunction with the funding, Michael Murphy, founder and managing partner of Rosecliff Ventures, joined the Agile Stacks board of directors.
The company intends to use the funds to build the technology and solution partner ecosystem around its Agile Stacks DevOps automation platform, as well as expand the delivery of solutions, services and training to allow customers to accelerate their software delivery and ML implementations using composable, automated cloud stacks.
Founded in 2016 by John Mathon, CEO, Agile Stacks provides a DevOps automation service which allows organizations to accelerate software delivery and data science deploying automated full-function cloud stacks within minutes using their tools of choice.
Digital businesses demand agility, both in their ability to bring new solutions to market quickly and in the capacity for those solutions to respond to demands on the fly by harnessing artificial intelligence and machine learning. The company addresses these demands by delivering full-function Kubernetes, DevOps cloud stacks and ML tooling within minutes. The funding follows the demand for Agile Stacks across a range of industries and its recently announced availability on Amazon Web Services (AWS) Marketplace.
The platform incorporate a range of open source products that are pre-tested and integrated to work together from the instant they are deployed.