Lightlytics, a Tel Aviv, Israel-based SaaS platform helping companies of all sizes code and deploy configurations faster and safer from plan to cloud, announced a $26 million in Series A funding.
The round was led by Energy Impact Partners (EIP), with participation from Cervin Ventures and previous investors, TLV Partners VC, and Glilot Capital Partners VC.
The company intends to use the funds to continue to scale out its go-to-market strategy, triple headcount in 2022, and open an office in the U.S.
The capital will also continue to expand the platform's capabilities, making Lightlytics the market leader in pre-deployment validations. Lightlytics has raised $30 million to date.
Cherian will join the Lightlytics board, alongside current board members, Rona Segev, managing partner at TLV Partners, and Kobi Samboursky, founder & managing partner at Glilot Capital Partners.
Company: Lightlytics Ltd.
Round: Series A
Funding Month: March 2022
Lead Investors: Energy Impact Partners (EIP)
Additional Investors: Cervin Ventures and previous investors, TLV Partners VC and Glilot Capital Partners VC
Company Website: https://www.lightlytics.com/
Software Category: Cloud deployment and infrastructure security solutions
About the Company: Lightlytics is a SaaS platform that helps companies code and deploys configurations faster and safer from plan to cloud. The platform creates a real-time simulated model, or "Cloud Twin", of the production environments across the entire cloud-native stack that simulates all configuration changes. Developers and engineers can then use this model to automatically predict, preempt, and prevent critical business disruptions caused by infrastructure changes. DevOps teams and Ops teams depend on Lightlytics to increase confidence, reduce costs, and prevent downtime, data loss, and deployment delays. Lightlytics' mission was simple: help DevOps teams operate cloud infrastructure with confidence.