Opsani Raises $10 million to Combine Cloud Runtime with AI

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The future of the Cloud looks bright, thanks to Opsani. A DevOps software developer headquartered in Redwood City, Opsani has secured $10 million. Led by Redpoint Ventures, with participation from Zetta Ventures and Bain Capital, this series Round A investment will enable to company to scale operations Opsani well into next year.

Opsani definitely fits into the $1.13 billion by 2023 industry of the CI/CD toolkit market. Continuous integration (CI) and continues delivery (CD)   focus on automating the app release cycle end to end. While there are multiple companies in the niche, Opsani stands out of the crowd due to its aim to tackle an uncommon pain point: runtime environment tuning.

How Does It Work?

While extremely effective, cloud apps have a constant scope of approval in terms of efficiency, performance and cost savings. Opsani using AI as a solution to address these issues. AI allows cloud applications to automatically adjust certain parameters in trillions of combinations and real-time traffic patterns, instance types and key OKRs. The aim is to pinpoint the most optimal solution and automatically apply the solution to the virtual machine instances, middleware apps and containers without human intervention.

The Compatibility

Opsani’s software integrates with almost all the popular public clouds like:

  • AWS
  • Microsoft’s Azure
  • Google Cloud Platform

Along with this, it also offers plugins for DevOps tools like:

  • GitHub
  • Terraform
  • Jenkins
  • Spinnaker
  • Wavefront
  • Datadog
  • SignalFx
  • Prometheus
  • New Relic

Opsani has revealed that one of their client’s, Ancestry.com have already seen latency improve and development costs dip substantially by using the app!

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