DevOps Orchestration platform, Opsera secured $15 million in Series A funding


Opsera, a California-based Continuous Orchestration platform for the DevOps, has now secured $15 million in a Series A funding round.

Opsera is founded by Chandra Ranganathan in the year 2020. It offers a Continuous Orchestration platform for the next-gen DevOps that enables automation, choice, and intelligence across the entire software life cycle.  It offers self-service toolchain integrations, drag and drop pipelines, and unified insights. The DevOps startup has secured a total of $19.3 million in funding so far. 

DevOps practices help organizations speed up their digital transformation and accelerate software delivery.

DevOps orchestration platform from Opsera allows engineers to integrate their CI/CD tools of choice from a common architectural framework. It further helps in building declarative DevOps pipelines for different use cases such as SDLC (software delivery lifecycle), IaC (infrastructure as code), and SaaS application releases, notes the announcement. 

Executive Opinion

Chandra Ranganathan and Kumar Chivukula, co-founders of Opsera, said, "Our mission is to democratize software delivery by abstracting any CI/CD tools into a common framework that can empower engineers to build pipelines in minutes, not days or weeks. We offer the only DevOps platform that connects and orchestrates the entire tool stack with complete choice and visibility. Our customers can focus on their core product and will never waste time and resources building and managing toolchains and pipelines in-house or be stuck with single-vendor solutions. Having the support of Felicis and all of our investment partners will accelerate how we help customers along their DevOps journey."    

Rajeev Madhavan, founder, and general partner for Clear Ventures, said, "Today's enterprise software organizations find themselves overloaded with disparate tools or locked into a single-vendor solution that unnecessarily hinders DevOps teams and slows the release of applications to customers. Opsera helps teams break free from DevOps tool chaos with a new approach that accelerates time-to-value like no other solution available today." 

Opsera's Latest Funding

The Felicis Ventures led the latest funding round for the DevOps startup. Other participating investors include Clear Ventures, Firebolt Ventures, Trinity Ventures, and HMG Ventures.

Post funding, Wesley Chan, a Managing Director for the Felicis Ventures, will join the Opsera, Board of Directors team.

DevOps startup Opsera intends to use newly raised funds to grow its engineering team and accelerate its global sales, customer success, and marketing, notes the announcement.
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