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Armory In The News: October 19th, 2020

Last week we announced our Series C funding round of $40 million. We’re excited about some of the subsequent coverage of Armory and Spinnaker. Check it out below.

Armory, which has now raised a total of more than $82 million, builds services on top of Spinnaker, open source continuous delivery software developed by Netflix and Google engineers, which helps developers automatically deliver code updates to the cloud more often. Since it launched in 2015, Spinnaker has gained a rabid following, and Armory believes that its additional services and support will help the technology spread even more.

– Rosalie Chan, Business Insider

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B Capital led the round, with help from new investors Lead Edge Capital and Marc Benioff along with previous investors Insight Partners, Crosslink Capital, Bain Capital Ventures, Mango Capital, Y Combinator and Javelin Venture Partners. Today’s investment brings the total raised to more than $82 million.

– Ron Miller, Techcrunch

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Enterprise software company Armory, which is commercializing the open-source continuous delivery platform Spinnaker, raised a $40 million Series C financing round. Spinnaker, an open-source, multi-cloud software delivery platform developed by Netflix and Google, is used by more than 10,000 companies to visualize, codify and automate cloud applications.

– Christine Hall, Crunchbase

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Armory’s platform exists to help make software delivery continuous, scalable, and safe. If you’re ready to improve your current software delivery process, you can: