HyperQube Technologies, an Arlington, Virginia-based company that brings the power of “copy and paste” to complex cloud networks, raised $2.5m in seed funding.
The round was led by Leawood Venture Capital.
The company intends to use the funds to expand the sales, marketing, and engineering teams.
Led by Craig Stevenson, founder and CEO, HyperQube provides a platform which gives IT teams the ability to replicate entire cloud networks with the click of a button. The “no-code” platform helps organizations rapidly review, comment, and iterate on infrastructure as code. It is cloud-agnostic, with current API support for both VMWare and AWS.
The company is a 2018 graduate of the cybersecurity accelerator program Mach37 which included other innovative technology startups including NS8, Huntress Labs, and RunSafe Security.