Platform.sh raises $34 million to simplify cloud deployment

French startup Platform.sh has raised a $34 million funding round. The company wants to help you manage your cloud infrastructure by handling the most tedious part of the job.

When you use Platform.sh for your application, the startup is going to handle testing and deployment to your cloud infrastructure. Every time you want to iterate and update your application to a new version, deployment is as simple as a git commit.

Partech is leading the round, with Idinvest Partners, Benhamou Global Ventures, SNCF Digital Ventures and existing investor Hi Inov also participating.

Platform.sh targets big clients. The company is currently working with 650 enterprise clients, such as Magento, Gap Inc. and The Financial Time. In 2018, revenue has more than doubled compared with the corresponding period last year.

Platform.sh can create new instances and deploy clones of your web applications in less than 60 seconds. That’s how you can deploy with confidence and save time.

The idea is that Platform.sh helps you deploy 10 periods or 20 times per day. Your users won’t see a difference as your website will remain available during the course of its entire day. Behind the scene, Platform.sh utilizes multiple cloud vendors for its infrastructure, including Amazon Web Service, Microsoft Azure and Orange Business Services.

Platform.sh isn’t the only continuous deployment solution out there. And many tech companies are going to build their own continuous deployment process on top of open source technologies.

But many companies don’t has got a big tech team and can outsource this part of their infrastructure. If you’re building a media or e-commerce website, you might would like to concentrate on other parts of your business for instance. In that case, Platform.sh offer a one-stop shop for your cloud hosting needs.

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