The startup world is getting another new player this week. The latest addition is the US-based enterprise IT startup, Atomist. The startup officially launches this week to help developers automate code deployment and repository creation.
According to VentureBeat, the cloud-based microservice applications platform has just emerged from stealth mode. Additionally, the startup also announced that it has raised $22 million in its latest Series A funding round. Accel Partners and Matrix Partners led this latest funding round.
As mentioned earlier by VentureBeat, the newly raised funds will be used to fuel the startup’s research and development. The new funds will also be used to beef up its marketing efforts. The company has gained a number of customers, which now include GPU stalwart Nvidia and software firm Pivotal.
Founded in 2015 and based in San Francisco, California, The Atomist helps developers in their code project, such as configuring development flow, automating source code repositories, and getting actionable notifications for projects. Additionally, the company’s platform also provides automated code-level change across projects, according to the company’s profile at CrunchBase.
Atomist’s platform also integrates and works well with Slack, the enterprise collaboration, and messaging platform. The platform notifies users via Slack of key events in their source code projects. The platform also allows users to interact with Atomist through the messaging tool Slack, allowing users to do things like adding pull requests or push releases.
As for the platform’s availability, Atomist plans to offer its service for free to some open source projects. Commercial users will be able to get their hands on the Atomist’s platform via the free tier plan. Under the free tier, developers will be able to use the company’s platform with a small number of events per month. In addition, the company also offers a paid cloud-hosted service and the premium enterprise edition. For more about Atomist’s services, check out the company’s official website: https://www.atomist.com/
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