Codefresh, a Mountain View, CA-based Docker and other container lifecycle management platform, raised $7m in funding.
The round was led by Carmel Ventures with participation from Hillsven Capital, Streamlined Ventures and UpWest Labs. In conjunction with the funding, Ronen Nir, general partner at Carmel Ventures, will be joining Codefresh’s board of directors.
The company intends to use the funds to expand adoption in the container-based development market and to further accelerate growth of its engineering, customer success, and business operations.
Led by Raziel Tabib, CEO, and Oleg Verhovsky, CTO, Codefresh provides an end-to-end container lifecycle management platform that enables enterprises and startups to benefit from microservices and Docker-based technologies. The solution, which integrates with container technologies and toolsets, such as testing, orchestration and registries, is already being used in production by dozens of companies such as IronSource, JFrog and HPE,