JumpCloud was earlier known as SafeInstance. It launched publicly in September and is developing cloud-based software that allows users to automatically manage servers and control user access, install patches, monitor security, and handle compliance tasks.
The investors in the round were the
Bhargava said earlier that JumpCloud plans to grow fast this year to take advantage of a market opening and the rising DevOps trend, in which companies integrate software development with infrastructure operations so that software is delivered and deployed faster.
The company already had raised a
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