The codes can now be directly deployed by the users to the public cloud
Qovery, a popular French startup, has recently made an announcement that it has raised $4mn from its latest seed funding round. The company’s offering allows users to integrate directly to their git repository without the need to manage the infrastructure. The codes can be directly deployed by the users to the public cloud. Qovery is not exactly a hosting platform; instead, the company will deploy the application to AWS, Scaleway, or DigitalOcean. Qovery’s service basically serves as a layer in which you need not worry about the deployment.
The recent funding round is expected to be led by Speedinvest and Crane, with Techstars and angel investors participating, such as Ott Kaukver and Alexis Le-Quoc. The main motto of Qovery is to make sure that the devs spend more time coding instead of worrying about managing their cloud infrastructure. If you are using GitLab or GitHub, you can directly connect your repos with Qovery. You then have to authorize Qovery so that it can manage your AWS on your behalf. Qovery’s offering will also allow users to create more than one environment. You can also separate the production environment. Qovery’s is expected to expand following the recent funding round, and more efforts will be put into building marketing and sales teams.