CloudQuery, a Tel Aviv-based computer software launch, raises $ 3.5 million seed financing to enable engineering teams to better manage cloud assets.
The financing round was led by Boldstart Ventures, with the participation of Labor Bank, Mango Capital and Haystack. The capital infusion will allow CloudQuery to expand its features and capabilities in the coming months. Shomik Ghosh, director of boldstart ventures, mentioned the company’s stake in:
“The constant pain we hear from developers is the growing expansion of infrastructure, especially as cloud assets grow. When we met Yevgeny and Ron, we were stunned by the first developers’ love and significant contributions from developers using an open source project. CloudQuery has created a convenient way for developers to easily understand their cloud infrastructure and use a relational database that can manage multiple use cases, from security and compliance to infrastructure cost savings and asset inventory.
CloudQuery was created in 2021 to help teams extract, transform, and load cloud assets using PostgreSQL tables, improving the efficiency of their operations. Since its inception, the startup has seen its 1.8k star store and 40 contributors, expanded its coverage to some of the largest cloud providers, and has grown its community of developers and contributors. Yevgeny Pats, co-founder and CEO of CloudQuery, said about the startup’s mission:
“With cloud infrastructure, developers often see blindly what their assets are and what they manage. They only focus on small parts of their infrastructure, and they spend many cycles writing manual scripts for specific APIs, making transformations, and managing code. ”
As cloud computing As the software development industry continues to gain dominance, managing an increasing number of assets has become a challenge for the team. CloudQuery aims to reduce the time and effort required by developers to manage them, using custom scripts that can generate long-term issuers. Using a dedicated platform, launching improves security, visibility, and monitoring.