The 10 Hottest DevOps Startups Of 2022 (So Far)
Wade Tyler Millward
CodeSee, LinearB and Mondoo are just some of the DevOps startups that have made CRN’s list.
CEO: Shanea Leven
Headquarters: San Francisco
CodeSee provides a platform that visualizes, detects and automates code for development teams to save time and money on onboarding, code reviews, quality and compliance.
Users of the San Francisco-based startups’ “maps” include Salesforce, Snyk, CircleCI and Discovery, according to CodeSee. CodeSee maps are meant for companies with as few as 10 employees to companies with thousands of employees. The startup was founded in 2019.
In January, CodeSee raised $7 million in an add-on seed round of funding. The round was led by Wellington Access Ventures, Plexo Capital and existing investors. Former Heroku CEO Adam Gross, former Square and Intel Chief Security Officer Window Snyder and other angel investors participated.
CodeSee will use the money for new maps features and adding to offerings for enterprises and teams.
Before founding CodeSee in 2019, CEO Shanea Leven was head of product management at Lob, according to her LinkedIn account. She left Lob after less than a year in 2020.
Leven also previously served as senior director of product management at Docker for less than a year, according to her LinkedIn. At Docker, she led “the company product strategy for Docker Hub (public saas container registry platform), Docker Trusted Registry (enterprise registry platform) and Identity platform.”
She left Cloudflare in 2019 with the title of director of product management and eBay in 2018 with the title of senior technical product manager, according to her LinkedIn.
Leven worked at Google for more than four years, leaving the company in 2017 with the title of product and program manager. At Google, she “worked on both the consumer/partner experience and the developer experience” for Google Assistant transactions, according to her LinkedIn account.