Serverless, Inc., a San Francisco, CA-based creator of the open source Serverless Framework, raised $10M in Series A funding.
The round was led by Lightspeed Venture Partners with participation from Trinity Ventures.
The company intends to use the funds for further development of the Serverless Platform, now available in beta, which is a single toolkit offering everything teams and enterprises need to operationalize serverless deployments.
Led by Austen Collins, Founder and CEO, Serverless provides the open source Serverless Framework, a tool to deploy serverless applications to any cloud provider, while its integrated Serverless Platform gives developers a tool to control and operate serverless deployments. The plaftorm allows them to check changes, see full error logs and collaborate with teammates on building and debugging serverless applications. Developers can visualize their service structures and check for cross-dependencies in the subscriptions and resources tabs.
In addition, the company provides the Serverless Event Gateway, an event router which facilitates delivery of data to Functions-as-a-Service across clouds, such as AWS Lambda, Azure Functions and more. It allows businesses to integrate serverless into their existing mesh of services, including containers, SaaS or other legacy systems.