Wercker, a San Francisco, CA- and Amsterdam, The Netherlands-based cloud-based continuous delivery SaaS platform for cloud software development, has raised an undisclosed seed funding.
Sources close to the deal have revealed that the amount is approximately $1m.
The investment was led by Shamrock Ventures, with participation from Greylock Partners and Amsterdam-based micro VC Vitulum Ventures.
The company intends to use the new capital to scale its platform and operations to reach more developers worldwide.
Founded in May 2012 by Micha Hernandez van Leuffen, CEO, Wercker which aims to fill a gap in today’s software landscape where developers rely on cloud services like GitHub to store and version their code, and Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) applications to deploy it.
To this end, it provides a continuous delivery SaaS platform that ensures delivery and increases developer velocity, empowering companies to push updates to their apps at a continuous and rapid pace. Wercker also integrates a social networking element to the process so that developer team members can see what their colleagues are doing or have done.
It is currently running in private beta (http://beta.wercker.com)
Wercker was part of the 2012 Rockstart Accelerator startup incubator program based in Amsterdam, and most recently participated in Mozilla’s WebFWD program.