Signadot, a San Mateo, California Kubernetes-based platform that scales microservices testing for engineers, announced the public beta of its product in addition to the closing of a $4 million seed funding round.
The round was led by Redpoint Ventures, with participation from Y Combinator, and angel investors including Adam Gross (former CEO, Heroku), Jason Warner (former CTO, Github), John Kodumal (Co-founder and CTO, LaunchDarkly), Timothy Chen (Managing Partner, Essence VC), Chris Golda (Founding Partner, Rogue Capital) and others.
Signadot will use this new investment to hire and expand its platform.
Company: Signadot, Inc.
Round: Seed Round
Funding Month: February 2022
Lead Investors: Redpoint Ventures
Additional Investors: Y Combinator, Adam Gross (former CEO, Heroku), Jason Warner, John Kodumal, Timothy Chen, and Chris Golda
Company Website: https://signadot.com/
Software Category: Microservices Testing Platform
About the Company: Founded in 2020, Signadot is a platform that enables testing multiple versions of your services in a production-like Kubernetes environment. Signadot's vision is to unlock the creativity of developers building the next generation of cloud-native services. Signadot provides a Kubernetes-based platform that scales testing for Microservices-based cloud applications. The team has extensive experience in distributed systems and cloud-native software development.
Source: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/y-combinator-alum-signadot-raises-4m-led-by-redpoint-ventures-to-reimagine-microservices-testing-on-kubernetes-301488164.html https://signadot.com/blog/announcing-public-beta