Doppler, a San Francisco, California-based Encryption Key Management Software, raised $20 million in Series A.
The round was led by CRV, with participation from existing investors including Google Ventures, Sequoia Capital, and Y Combinator.
40 tech leaders have also joined as angel investors and advisors including GitHub CEO Thomas Dohmke, Datadog CEO Olivier Pomel, Plaid CEO Jean-Denis Greze, Twilio CEO Evan Cooke, Postman CEO Ankit Sobti, and Okta CEO Frederic Kerrest.
Doppler's Series A is further confirmation that building the first SecretOps Platform is essential to making secret automation a first-class citizen in the infrastructure management landscape.
Company: Doppler Inc.
Round: Series A
Funding Month: April 2022
Lead Investors: CRV,
Additional Investors: Google Ventures, Sequoia Capital, and Y Combinator, Thomas Dohmke, Olivier Pomel, Jean-Denis Greze, Evan Cooke, Ankit Sobti, and Frederic Kerrest
Company Website: https://www.doppler.com/
Software Category: Encryption Key Management Software
About the Company: Doppler is an Encryption Key Management Software that is dedicated to creating solutions that developers would appreciate. By building the first SecretOps Platform, developers and security teams can leave behind the problems caused by .env files, unmanageable secrets sprawl across multiple clouds, and the lack of innovation from traditional secret managers. A SecretOps Platform is the single source of truth for developers and their teams to manage, store, and automatically sync secrets to every major hosting platform, secrets manager, and infrastructure management tooling such as Kubernetes and Terraform. Fuelling Doppler's growth are customers such as Puma, Hopin, ezCater, Toast, Gather, My Muscle Chef, OnDeck, and many others. More than 15,000 teams trust Doppler to manage their secrets with over 1.5 billion secrets synced every month.