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The 10 Hottest Cloud Computing Startups Of 2020

Cloud computing startups picking up traction this year offer solutions ranging from Apache Airflow as a service to a life sciences R&D cloud software platform, and include a newly emerged security company formed by former ‘white hat’ hackers.

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Coder

CEOs: Kyle Carberry and John Andrew Entwistle

Headquarters: Austin

Coder provides open-source tools and an enterprise platform designed to make it easier to configure, secure and manage software development environments, allowing engineers to work from anywhere and focus on writing code.

The startup’s Coder Enterprise platform moves software development to the cloud to centralize organizations’ development initiatives. It automates the manual processes for creating and configuring development environments. Developers can launch fully configured development environments from approved images in seconds, and users can securely access the environments through a browser from any location. All code and data sets remain secured in the infrastructure, and developers can use their preferred IDEs, tools and languages. Coder Enterprise runs on any public or private cloud platform and can be deployed on-premises within a virtual private cloud, including on air-gapped networks.

Coder also has a free open-source version of its platform. Its software has been pulled more than 23 million times from Docker and received over 36,000 stars on GitHub, according to the company.

Started in 2017, Coder raised $4.5 million in seed funding when cofounders Entwistle and Carberry were just 20 and 21 years old, respectively, and cofounder and chief technology officer Ammar Bandukwala was 19. The company has raised $43 million, including a $30 million Series B round led by Menlo, Calif.-based GGV Capital in April, with participation from Redpoint Ventures, Uncork Capital and In-Q-Tel, the Central Intelligence Agency’s venture funding arm. Coder offers itself as a DevSecOps solution for government software developers and counts the U.S. Air Force as a customer.

 
 
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