Immediately after a prolonged gestation time period, Solomon Hykes is publicly launching Dagger, his next act due to the fact leaving Docker, the container software package corporation he launched in 2008 and remaining in 2018.
Founded almost 3 a long time ago by Docker founder Hykes, former Docker VP of engineering Sam Alba, and previous Docker lead architect Andrea Luzzardi, Dagger aims to help developers automate numerous deployment duties by empowering engineers to build their individual CI/CD pipelines from a catalog of pre-outlined constructing blocks, which they can then run wherever.
The start of the community beta will come at the very same time as a $20 million Series A funding spherical, led by Redpoint Ventures, with involvement from a who’s who of sector heavyweights together with Y Combinator, the previous GitHub CEO Nat Friedman, previous Google Cloud CTO Brian Stevens, previous Reddit CEO Ellen Pao, the founder of Solo.io Idit Levine, Bitnami cofounder Daniel Lopez, and Prometheus creator Julius Volz.
Dagger says it will use the funding to expand the group and carry on setting up developer desire in the open resource community. It experienced formerly elevated $10 million in put together pre-seed and seed funding.
“With nearly all computing relocating to the cloud, software provide chains are increasing so big and intricate that they have turn out to be a significant bottleneck,” Hykes reported, as portion of the funding announcement.
This rising complexity forces devops engineers, who “have an abundance of specialised tools at their disposal,” to “waste time gluing them alongside one another into artisanal pipelines,” Hykes stated. “Solving this challenge is the holy grail of devops, and we think we have solved it.”
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