CloudNatix, a provider of a multi-cloud auto-pilot infrastructure platform for efficient infrastructure across multiple clouds and on-premise environments, has closed a $4.5 million seed round financing. The new funds will be used to help the company scale the engineering and sales organizations to meet demand for their product across multiple geographies and vertical market segments.
Founded in 2019 by an ex-Google executive, Rohit Seth, CloudNatix intends to revolutionize how enterprises adopt and utilize cloud and on-premises infrastructure. They have built an auto-pilot platform that works across multiple cloud providers, delivering “highly efficient” infrastructure and operations.
CloudNatix’s “enterprise grade” solution with advanced features like HA, and “easy” detection of failures, would deliver a level of DevOps automation only seen in hyperscalers like Google, Facebook, et cetera. The CloudNatix platform would enable organizations to reduce their infrastructure spend “by up to 50%.” At the same time, Developer and DevOps teams would be able to manage legacy, container or micro-service based applications cohesively with a single management pane, “resulting in reliable and more agile business application rollouts.”
“CloudNatix’s seamless multi-cloud auto-pilot infrastructure platform lets customers run any of their workloads efficiently in any cloud environment without getting bogged down by the complexity of each environment,” said Rohit Seth, founder and CEO of CloudNatix. “With the invention of containers, I saw a huge potential for improving data center infrastructure efficiency at Google. Now at CloudNatix, we are on the path to transform sub-optimal infrastructure operations by enabling enterprise customers to focus on their top-line growth.”
DNX Ventures, Incubate Fund, Vela Partners, 468 Capita
The new seed round was led by DNX Ventures, with the participation from a new investor Cota Capital and existing investors: Incubate Fund, Vela Partners and 468 Capital.
“One of CloudNatix’s key strengths is its cloud-agnostic infrastructure management that provides hassle-free highly efficient operations for enterprises,” said Hiro Rio Maeda, Managing Partner at DNX Ventures. “While some other players claim they do optimization, their solutions are limited in scope and most often do not address the dynamic performance and capacity requirements for workloads.” CloudNatix has expanded its board of directors to include Mr. Maeda.