Harness, a San Francisco-based company that offers a “non-stop shipping-as-a-carrier” platform, announced Tuesday that it had closed a $60 million Series B funding round led by using IVP, GV, and ServiceNow Ventures. It plans to use the brand new funding for R&D in addition to developing its engineering, sales, and client fulfillment groups.
The harness uses gadgets gaining knowledge to automate workflows, placed code right into a far-off repository, handle opinions and minimize DevOps bottlenecks. It guarantees to push code into the right surroundings and manufacturing while dramatically decreasing deployment-associated errors.
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Founded via AppDynamics founder and previous CEO Jyoti Bansal and previous Apple DevOps platform architect Rishi Singh, Harness emerged from stealth in October 2017. Its customers consist of excessive-profile agencies like McAfee, Home Depot, SoulCycle, Bank of Santander, NCR, and Beachbody.
SoulCycle informed ZDNet that it changed into capable of cutting its deployment time through eighty percent with Harness. According to Harness, its clients commonly reduce deployment-associated errors with the aid of 95 percent to 99 percent. “We have been not actively seeking new investment at this factor, but our robust market traction created heavy investor interest in Harness, ensuing in a fast-shifting and heavily oversubscribed Series B spherical,” Bansal said in a declaration.