According to a new press release, “env0, a developer of Infrastructure-as-Code (IaC) management software, today introduced the public beta of the env0 platform, the first cloud management platform built to enable self-service with complete governance and cost control in AWS, Azure and Google Cloud Platform. env0 also announced $3.3 million in initial funding co-led by Boldstart Ventures and Grove Ventures, with participation from angel investors including Guy Podjarny of Snyk. ‘Shifting to microservices and cloud native architectures has made cloud applications much more complicated, increasing developer frustration with DevOps bottlenecks,’ said Ohad Maislish, CEO and co-founder of env0. ‘env0 reduces inefficiency by creating an engine that simplifies IaC governance while increasing accessibility of self-service infrastructure, doing for infrastructure-as-code what GitHub does for Git’.”
The release continues, “As companies of all sizes move into the cloud, monolithic software suites have grown into vast ecosystems of cloud native solutions and microservices. This has put an increasing strain on finite infrastructure resources and the developers responsible for provisioning them for application and operations teams. Although IaC frameworks solve some of these problems, managed cloud environments inevitably create new bottlenecks that decrease the efficiency of CI/CD pipelines. env0 overcomes these bottlenecks by shifting testing, developer, and production workloads into standalone, ephemeral environments. ‘When we moved to infrastructure-as-code, it became clear that having a flexible way to orchestrate our environments was essential and using Jenkins was not enough,’ said Shaked Shauli, DevOps Lead at Curv. ‘env0 solved several of our problems, but its greatest advantages were its automated TTL environment policies. It allowed our team to control and manage environments while driving costs down’.”
Read more at Business Wire.
Image used under license from Shutterstock.com