The 10 Hottest Kubernetes Startups Of 2022 (So Far)
Joseph F. Kovar
Here are 10 Kubernetes startups looking to stand out in this key slice of a container management that market research firm Gartner said is growing 34 percent annually and could reach $944 million by 2024.
Co-Founder, CEO: Haseeb Budhani
Headquarters: Sunnyvale, Calif.
Rafay was designed to let enterprises use any Kubernetes distribution and get centralized automation, security, visibility and governance capabilities for Kubernetes cluster and application life-cycle management across public clouds and remote or edge locations. The company provides a single cloud controller that can manage hundreds of clusters while allowing software-defined isolation across any department, business group or geography. Rafay said its service operates at 99.99 percent uptime governed by an SLA and is SOC 2 Type 2 certified. A self-managed version is also available.
Rafay in August 2021 closed a B round of funding worth $25 million, bringing its total funding to $33 million.