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: Venkat Thiruvengadam
Headquarters: San Jose, Calif.
No-code, low-code self-service cloud infrastructure automation for developers is the promise of DuploCloud’s platform.
This San Jose, Calif.-based startup aims to save time and manpower with automated provisioning and orchestration across network, compute, storage, containers and cloud native services, along with native integration into security operations (SecOps) workflows.
DuploCloud has had more than 3 million self-service deployments and more than 500 cloud integrations, according to the company. It is also an Amazon Web Services partner.
In February, DuploCloud closed a $15 million Series A round of funding, according to the company. Mayfield led the round, with existing investor Monta Vista Capital participating.
Before he founded the company in 2018, CEO Venkat Thiruvengadam worked at Zenefits for about two years, according to his LinkedIn account. He left with the title of principal engineer.
His resume includes more than seven years with Microsoft, according to Thiruvengadam’s LinkedIn account. He left Microsoft in 2013 with the title of senior software engineer in Windows Azure Networking.
At Microsoft, he was “one of the two founders of Windows Azure Networking Team in 2008,” according to his LinkedIn. He “architected and implemented significant parts of Azure‘s SDN controller, hypervisor agents with substantial contributions to Azure’s compute infrastructure.”