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Blink Raises $26 Million for Cloud Platform Tech


Blink, an Israeli startup that offers a no-code/low-code platform for cloud operations, has raised $26 million in new funding, led by Lightspeed Venture Partners. Blink also offers a vast library of prebuilt DevOps and SecOps automation templates.

A low-code development platform (LCDP) provides a development environment used to create application software through a graphical user interface.

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Amazon explains that DevOps is the combination of cultural philosophies, practices, and tools that increases an organization’s ability to deliver applications and services at high velocity: evolving and improving products at a faster pace than organizations using traditional software development and infrastructure management processes.

Founded in 2021 by CEO Gil Barak CTO Haviv Rosh, and CBO Zion Zatlavi, all graduates of the IDF’s vaunted cyber security Unit 8200, Blink declares that it is building the future of low-code/no-code for cloud operations. Blink helps DevOps, SRE and SecOps teams shift left, with low-code automation that scales internal operations workflows to more efficiently support the needs of development teams and organizations. The company adds that developers benefit from Blink’s no-code/low-code user interface, integrations with thousands of APIs and popular cloud tools, and a vast library of prebuilt DevOps and SecOps automation templates.

“We created Blink to help operations teams achieve flow in their everyday work, by creating automated workflows across the cloud tools engineering teams use every day,” said Gil Barak in a blog post. “The impact of adopting a no-code/low-code platform like Blink is happier, more productive operations teams and more reliable, resilient cloud operations. At Blink, we believe every team can achieve operational excellence by having a clear system-of-action for DevOps and SecOps workflows.”

“With these new resources, we will be able to grow our team significantly, invest in adding to our library of hundreds of integrations, and start building a community for DevOps professionals to share solutions and collaborate together,” said the Blink CEO about the new funding.



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