DevOps automation vendor Agile Stacks raises $6M in series A round

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Agile Stacks will further build out its DevOps and machine learning capabilities with its $6 million round of funding. (Pixabay)

San Mateo, California-based Agile Stacks announced today that it has raised $6 million in a series A round of funding.

The funding was led by Rosecliff Ventures and joined by Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), along with initial investors Canaan and Alumni Ventures Group. Agile Stacks said it would use the new funds to fuel the next stage of growth around its DevOps automation platform for deploying cloud infrastructure and machine learning.

Agile Stacks, which is a member of the Linux Foundation's Cloud Native Computing Foundation, uses machine learning and artificial intelligence to bring digital business solutions to market at a faster rate. Its products include a Kubernetes stack, DevOps stack and machine learning stack.

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Agile Stacks fortunes received a big boost in December when it announced that its software-as-a-service contracts were available through Amazon Web Services Marketplace.

As a result of the funding round, Michael Murphy, founder and managing partner of Rosecliff Ventures, joined the Agile Stacks board of directors. HPE, which joined the founding round as a strategic investor, added Agile Stacks to its venture capital Pathfinder program.

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