Garden.io, a Berlin, Germany-based provider of an end-to-end development and testing platform for Kubernetes and cloud, raised $16M in Series A funding.
The round was led by 468 Capital and Sorenson Ventures, with participation from existing investors Crowberry Capital, and Fly Ventures.
The company intends to use the funds to accelerate growth and expand operations and its business reach, as well as to broaden support to include serverless platforms, integrations with DevSecOps solutions and software supply chain management.
Led by Jon Edvald, founder and CEO, Garden.io helps companies deliver to the cloud, using a graph-based framework that automates builds, deployments and tests for every stage of the delivery cycle. broaden support to include serverless platforms, integrations with DevSecOps solutions and software supply chain management.
With the system, tooling and platform teams get a batteries-included framework for their DevOps automation. Their cloud developers get realistic remote development environments on demand, are able to iterate while coding, and can efficiently run tests from anywhere. It works both from developer’s laptops and during CI/CD, which helps reduce a huge amount of friction in the delivery cycle.
Today, Garden.io primarily focuses on Kubernetes, containers, as well as other cloud infrastructure via Terraform and Pulumi integrations.