ReleaseHub, a San Francisco, CA – based maker of Environments-as-a-Service, raised $2.7m in seed funding.
The round was led by Sequoia, with participation from Y Combinator, Rogue VC, Liquid Capital, and other angel investors.
Founded by Tommy McClung, Erik Landerholm and David Giffin, ReleaseHub is also announcing general availability of its Environments-as-a-Service platform, which allows organizations to deploy, manage, and reproduce production-replica environments. These environments run on Kubernetes in the software developer’s cloud account and have access to all of the developer’s cloud native services.
ReleaseHub environments can be created on-demand, through a command line interface, with a pull request or via an API to allow for integration with existing CI/CD solutions.
Customers use ReleaseHub to remove environment bottlenecks in software delivery, deliver on-demand sales demo environments, and deliver production environments and SaaS solutions into their customer’s virtual private clouds.