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Lightlytics raises $26 million to assist DevOps teams to operate cloud infrastructure

The Israeli startup’s technology ensures that cloud configurations deploy consistently across the whole stack.

Lightlytics founders: Or Shoshani, Stav Sitnikov, and Liran Roffman by Omer Mesinger

Lightlytics, a SaaS platform that helps organizations of all sizes deploy configurations from plan to cloud, today announced a $26 million Series A funding round led by Energy Impact Partners (EIP), with participation from Cervin Ventures and previous investors TLV Partners VC and Glilot Capital Partners VC.

Founded in 2020 by CEO Or Shoshani, Stav Sitnikov, and Liran Roffman, Lightlytics has raised $30 million to date. The company intends to use the funds to scale out the company’s go-to-market strategy, triple headcount by 2022, and build an office in the United States.

The funds will also be used to further develop the platform’s capabilities, positioning Lightlytics as the market leader in pre-deployment validations.

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Lightlytics seamlessly interacts with existing DevOps workflows for planning, code review, and continuous operations. Cloud operations teams can introduce new changes faster and automatically forecast and avoid downtime, security breaches, and other operational issues before they affect live environments with Lightlytics. The “Cloud Twin” engine from Lightlytics builds a real-time simulated model of the cloud environment and dynamically links the dependencies between configurations, services, infrastructure, and activity logs.

“DevOps teams are commonly stretched thin, especially in today’s complex cloud environments,” said Or Shoshani, CEO and Co-founder of Lightlytics. “Even the smartest and largest DevOps and SecOps teams can’t possibly consider all the dependencies that can cause problems. We’re on a mission to help these developers and engineers deploy code and configurations faster and with confidence, across the entire stack. This new capital will allow us to continue growing and delivering our platform to not only meet customer needs, but provide more assurance in their infrastructures.”

Cherian will join Lightlytics’ board of directors, joining current members Rona Segev, managing partner at TLV Partners, and Kobi Samboursky, founder and managing partner at Glilot Capital Partners.



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