JFrog, a Santa Clara, CA-based provider of a platform to automate end-to-end software delivery from developers to consumers and devices, secured $50m in funding.
Backers included new investors Scale Venture Partners, Sapphire Ventures, Battery Ventures, Vintage Investment Partners and Qumra Capital, as well as existing investors.
The company will use the funds to invest in talent, technology advancements and global expansion.
Led by Shlomi Ben Haim, co-founder and CEO, JFrog provides the infrastructure for software management and distribution, which allows developers to mange binary artifacts, the basic building blocks that teams share in the build process and that include everything from Docker images to Node.js packages to RubyGems, Maven, Python, NuGet and more. The tools of the platform include JFrog Artifactory, an artifact repository, JFrog Bintray, a distribution hub platform, and JFrog Mission Control, which offers centralized control, management and monitoring for all enterprise artifact assets globally, which are used by millions of developers and DevOps engineers around the world.
The company, which also operates from France and Israel, currently has more than 1,500 paying customers and 50,000 installations with millions of developers globally relying on its solutions. Customers include top brands such as Amazon, Google, LinkedIn, MasterCard, Netflix, Tesla, Barclays, Cisco, Oracle, Adobe, Intel and VMware.