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: Soo Choi-Andrews
Headquarters: San Francisco
Mondoo offers a security and compliance platform aimed at development operations teams.
The platform is meant for finding and fixing infrastructure throughout the development lifecycle, promising the ability to discover misconfigurations in real time, build security into every phase of software development and automate manual security processes to bring DevOps and security teams together, according to Mondoo.
Mondoo works with public clouds, private clouds, Kubernetes, containers, servers, endpoints, software supply chain and other business-critical infrastructure, according to the startup. It works with Terraform, Packer, Docker and other tools.
It appears that the startup has put the $12 million it raised in a Series A round of funding in October to work. Product updates since then include new Kubernetes pod scanning, support for Microsoft Azure Pipelines and Jenkins, new GitHub resource capabilities and Amazon Web Services cross-organization queries.
Before she co-founded Mondoo in 2020, CEO Soo Choi-Andrews worked at Google for more than two years, leaving the company in 2021, according to her LinkedIn.
She previously worked at Chef Software for more than three years, leaving the company with the title of senior product manager, according to her LinkedIn. At Cheg, she was “responsible for the product engineering launch of AWS OpsWorks for Chef Automate into the Marketplace to expand Chef‘s cloud power play.”