Massdriver, a Los Angeles, CA-based provider of extensible cloud operations platform, has secured $8 million in funding to smash the barriers holding back engineering teams worldwide.
The funding round, led by Builders VC, also includes participation from 1984 Ventures, Y Combinator, Uncorrelated Ventures, Page One Ventures, Soma Capital, Hack VC, and technical founder angels with experience in launching successful businesses.
This round fuels Massdriver’s mission to make cloud infrastructure easy, open, and approachable for every engineering team through an agnostic solution.
The company is committed to open-source initiatives and supports the OpenTF initiative, which aims to provide an alternative to HashiCorp's Terraform and keep the infrastructure as code a community-driven tool.
"We're on a mission to liberate developers from infrastructure burdens, and open source is core to that mission," said Cory O’Daniel, co-founder and CEO of Massdriver. "With our latest funding, and by participation in OpenTF, we aim to restore true open-source freedom to infrastructure provisioning. Developers deserve choice, transparency, and community-driven innovation."
Massdriver’s extensible cloud operations platform with an intuitive visual interface that enables self-service and reduces infrastructure burdens for software engineers and cloud ops teams deploying cloud-native applications without lock-in.
The platform empowers engineers to deploy infrastructure securely and confidently, even without extensive expertise. It enables developers to manage databases, machine learning pipelines, and serverless computing with ease.
Company: Massdriver, Inc.
Funding Month: August 2023
Lead Investors: Builders VC
Additional Investors: 1984 Ventures, Y Combinator, Uncorrelated Ventures, Page One Ventures, Soma Capital, Hack VC, and technical founder angels
Company Website: https://www.massdriver.cloud/
Software Category: Cloud Operations Platform
About the Company: Massdriver is a YC W22 startup providing an intuitive cloud operations platform to reduce infrastructure burdens. Massdriver helps engineers deploy best-practice cloud architectures with integrated observability and security without being a DevOps expert. The company has already attracted hundreds of developers, allowing them to focus more on writing code and less on managing operations.