CloudNatix creator and president Rohit Seth CloudNatix, a startup that provides infrastructure for companies with numerous cloud and on-premise operations, announced it has raised$4.5 million in seed financing. The round was led by DNX Ventures, an investment firm that focuses on United States and Japanese B2B startups, with participation from Cota Capital. Existing financiers Incubate Fund, Vela Partners and 468 Capital also contributed. The company also added DNX Ventures handling partner Hiro Rio Maeda to its board of directors.
CloudNatix was established in 2018 by chief executive officer Rohit Seth, who previously held lead engineering functions at Google. The company’s platform helps businesses minimize IT costs by analyzing their facilities spending and after that utilizing automation to make IT operations throughout multiple clouds more effective. The company’s normal consumer spends in between $500,000 to $50 million on facilities each year, and utilize a minimum of one cloud provider in addition on-premise networks.
Built on open-source software application like Kubernetes and Prometheus, CloudNatix works with all significant cloud suppliers and on-premise networks. For DevOps groups, it helps configure and manage infrastructure that runs both tradition and modern cloud-native applications, and allows them to transition more easily from on-premise networks to cloud services.
CloudNatix contends most straight with VMWare and Red Hat OpenShift. However both of those services are restricted to their base platforms, while CloudNatix’s advantage is that is agnostic to base platforms and cloud service providers, Seth informed TechCrunch.
The business’s seed round will be used to scale its engineering, client assistance and sales groups.
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