Opsera, a San Francisco, CA-based Continuous Orchestration platform for DevOps, raised $15m in Series A funding.
The round was led by Felicis Ventures with participation from existing investors Clear Ventures, Trinity Ventures and Firebolt Ventures, and new investor HMG Ventures. In conjunction with the funding, Wesley Chan, a managing director for Felicis Ventures, will join the Opsera Board.
The company, which has raised a total of $19.3m in funding so far, intends to use the funds to grow its engineering team, and accelerate its global sales, marketing and customer success initiatives.
Founded in 2020 by Chandra Ranganathan and Kumar Chivukula, Opsera provides a Continuous Orchestration platform for next-gen DevOps that enables choice, automation, and intelligence across the entire software life cycle. It offers self-service toolchain integrations, drag-and-drop pipelines, and unified insights. With Continuous Orchestration, development teams can use the tools they want, operations teams gain improved efficiency, and business leaders have visibility they need.
Launched just six months ago, the platform has a growing client roster, including Fortune 500 customers and an increasing number of companies across Industries worldwide.