Israeli DevOps startup DBmaestro raises $3m


The company has developed an innovative system for safe database automation.

Israeli startup DBmaestro, which provides DevOps for database solutions, has raised $3 million in Series A funding from venture capital firms including StageOne Ventures, lool Ventures and iAngels. The financing will be used to grow DBmaestros global sales and marketing and enhance its status as a database automation solution.

In 2015, DBmaestro tripled its subscription revenue and signed many high-profile brands, including Barclays, Bank of the West, Allianz, and VISA. These achievements were driven by its flagship product, TeamWork, which enables agile development, continuous integration, and delivery for the database.

DBMaestro has offices in Houston, Texas and Petah Tikva near Tel Aviv. The company was founded in 2008 by CEO Yariv Tabac and CTO Yaniv Yehuda.

DBmaestros DevOps for Database solution offers a comprehensive approach to the database development life cycle, providing enterprises need to deliver changes faster. DBmaestro has been at the forefront of Continuous Delivery for the database, with a solution which brings innovative methods for safe database automation and ultimately reduces costs in development and deployment.

Tabac said, Our customers are in highly competitive markets and the ability to implement continuous delivery and integration for the database is crucial. We are proud of our achievements and excited to bring on a number of experienced executives to continue to support each of our growing number of clients as they navigate the journey towards complete database automation.

Published by Globes [online], Israel business news - - on February 26, 2016

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