JumpCloud, which launched in September, recently moved into a 10,000-square-foot space at
The operational and executive moves come after a three-month stretch when JumpCloud snagged "hundreds" of small- to medium-sized enterprise customers, Bhargava said.
"The cloud is moving so rapidly," Bhargava said of the practice of using multiple and remote servers to store and deliver computer data. " ... (Businesses) are putting all their infrastructure on the cloud. That infrastructure is spurring massive amounts of servers."
The annual global cloud IP traffic is projected to reach 5.3 zettabytes by 2017, according to
In 2012, global IP traffic was 98 exabytes per month, according to
As the cloud has grown, more DevOps teams -- personnel that fill the joint duties of development and operations -- have formed to manage, maintain and monitor servers.
JumpCloud developed a technology to help automate some of those tasks, Bhargava said.
Since its September launch, JumpCloud has landed hundreds of customers including firms such as
JumpCloud also has grown its employee base in response to the increase in customers. Bhargava declined to provide JumpCloud's number of employees but said the new space could accommodate 60 to 80 people.
Heading into 2014, JumpCloud plans to scale the customer base and launch additional releases of its technology, he said.
JumpCloud has raised
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