DevSecOps, the practice of integrating security into the DevOps process, is a critical component of modern software development. Israeli startups specializing in DevSecOps have recently attracted significant investments, with a total of $30 million raised in series investments.
LundenTechCrunch reports that the investments were made in three Israeli DevSecOps startups: Bridgecrew, Rezilion, and Solvo. The investments demonstrate the growing importance of DevSecOps in the software development process and the increasing demand for secure software solutions.
Bridgecrew Raises $18 Million in Series B Funding
Bridgecrew, a startup focused on automating security in DevOps workflows, raised $18 million in series B funding. The round was led by Redpoint Ventures, with participation from existing investors Battery Ventures, NFX, and Tectonic Ventures.
Bridgecrew’s platform uses infrastructure as code (IAC) to identify security issues in the code and provides remediation suggestions in real-time. The startup plans to use the funding to expand its product offerings and grow its customer base.
Rezilion Raises $8 Million in Series A Funding
Rezilion, a startup that automates DevSecOps processes to reduce the risk of cyber attacks, raised $8 million in series A funding. The round was led by Jerusalem Venture Partners (JVP), with participation from Kindred Capital and Samsung Next.
Rezilion’s platform uses artificial intelligence (AI) to analyze code and identify vulnerabilities. The startup plans to use the funding to expand its product offerings and accelerate its growth in the US market.
Solvo Raises $4 Million in Seed Funding
Solvo, a startup that provides cloud security solutions for DevSecOps teams, raised $4 million in seed funding. The round was led by Glilot Capital Partners, with participation from Global Founders Capital and several angel investors.
Solvo’s platform enables DevSecOps teams to manage cloud security at scale and provides real-time threat intelligence. The startup plans to use the funding to further develop its product offerings and expand its customer base.
The Growing Importance of DevSecOps
The investments in these Israeli DevSecOps startups reflect the growing importance of security in software development. As software becomes increasingly complex and interconnected, the risk of cyber attacks and data breaches grows.
DevSecOps aims to address these risks by integrating security into the software development process, rather than treating it as an afterthought. By automating security processes and providing real-time feedback, DevSecOps enables teams to identify and remediate security issues more quickly and effectively.
The $30 million in series investments in Israeli DevSecOps startups is a clear indication of the growing demand for secure software solutions. Bridgecrew, Rezilion, and Solvo are at the forefront of this trend, providing innovative DevSecOps solutions to help organizations mitigate the risk of cyber attacks and data breaches.
As software continues to play an increasingly critical role in our lives, the importance of DevSecOps will only continue to grow. Organizations that prioritize security in their software development processes will be better equipped to protect themselves and their customers from cyber threats.