Spectro Cloud, a Santa Clara, Calif.-based enterprise cloud-native infrastructure company, emerged from stealth and raised $7.5m in seed funding.
The round was led by Sierra Ventures with participation from Boldstart Ventures.
The company intends to use the funds to continue to expand operations and finalize the product.
Led by Saad Malik (CTO), Tenry Fu (CEO) and Gautam Joshi (VP of Engineering), Spectro Cloud provides an enterprise cloud-native infrastructure platform to manage Kubernetes at scale, whether it is in public cloud, private cloud, bare metal or in any combination. The product, which has been in private beta since January and will be generally available next quarter, lets enterprises customize a Kubernetes infrastructure stack for specific business needs by using a declarative model to define cluster profiles. It uses these cluster profiles to automate deployment and maintenance of clusters across the enterprise. Canary deployments, patterns for rolling out releases to a subset of users or servers, ensure Kubernetes upgrades don’t break dependencies on other ecosystem components while keeping everything consistent with enterprise-wide standards.