CloudBees is a renowned Java-centric platform that has been in limelight in the lot of stories in the past. It announced today that it has raised $11.2 Million Series C funding around in the supervision of Verizon ventures. The current investors Lightspeed Ventures and Matrix Partners have also participated in this round along with the new investor Blue Cloud Ventures.
The company has raised around $25.7 million ever since it has been launched in 2010. These statistics go to show the dedication and commitment of the company. It has plans to control its revenue growth with such funds by expanding the feature set as well as global sales footprint, and to increase the spread of the reach of the CloudBees brand.
CloudBees has had a partnership previously with Verizon that the two companies announced in the early parts of the year. As part of the deal, Verizon made the services available for its CloudBees on the recently launched platform of Verizon Cloud. The company chose Verizon as the lead investor since the company is quite sensitive in becoming the top-tier investor and investing in the best companies. CloudBees never compromises on the quality of services.
The company never becomes partners with substandard companies.
Very similar to the enterprise-centric PaaS service, developers are allowed to build and test their apps on the platform of the CloudBees Company. The funds raising for Java-centric enterprise would be quite useful for the developers in pursuit of their apps. The notable feature of CloudBees is their attention towards the Java.
The company supports and runs nearly all JVM-based languages that include Grails, JRuby, Spring, Groovy, Scala, and others. Jenkins are used by the developers of CloudBees to keep track of the changes in code of Git and SVN repositories and to initiate the builds using the links of Gradle, Maven, and Ant.
In short, CloudBees is focusing quite a lot in enhancing the quality of their services by taking necessary steps as raising funds for the cause. The sales efforts would be expanded around the Java-based PaaS.
The company is striving hard ever since it is launched in 2010 to improve its Java-centric services. The users and clients of CloudBees will have great experience working with PaaS. The efforts of the company will bring rewards soon in terms of growth in their revenues.