Vamp.io, the Smart DevOps solution for release management recently announced a series A funding of €2.5 million led by European technology growth investor Vortex Capital Partners in addition to the existing investors including Volta Ventures venture capital fund, MijnDomein and Merapar.
Nico Vierhout, Vamp.io CEO:
This investment round led by Vortex confirms the clear vision Vamp.io started with four years ago. Vamp.io fulfils the promise of a cloud-native tomorrow today by adding simplicity, controls and validation of new software into production on the cloud.
Planning for international launch!
Furthermore, the company intends to use this funding to fuel the development and international launch of Vamp.io’s smart solution. Also, the new capital injection will accelerate the development of features in the areas of service-meshes like Istio, serverless, machine-learning/AI and easy on-boarding.
Vamp.io, previously known as Magnetic.io, is a StartupBootcamp alumnus with its head office in Amsterdam. Vamp is the release management solution that simplifies container technology-based software delivery and speeds up business operations. The solution is deployed by globally active companies that continuously release, validate and optimize new versions of their software. Partners of Vamp.io include Microsoft, Mesosphere and Docker.
Working with large enterprise customers worldwide
Founded by Hermen Heinen, Olaf Molenveld, and Tim Nolet in 2014, the Amsterdam-based company Vamp.io launched its successful release management solution for DevOps and cloud-native ‘Vamp Enterprise’ in 2018. The company is now working with large enterprise customers worldwide to give a significant boost to their DevOps and release management options.
Evert Jan de Groot, founding partner at Vortex Capital Partners:
With its eye on the future of cloud-native business innovation, Vamp.io is a great fit with our mission to support Benelux-headquartered growth-stage companies. Vamp.io made impressive progress on the product and commercial side over the last twelve months; we look forward to working with Nico and his team.
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