Founded in 2021, the startup helps improve developer productivity by streamlining cloud deployment workflows
Facets.cloud aims to use this capital to expand in the US market and enhance its product offerings
The platform is currently used by companies like MPL, Treebo, Capillary Technologies and Purplle, among others
Self-serve infrastructure management platform Facets.cloud has raised $4 Mn in a seed funding round led by 3one4 Capital.
100x Entrepreneurs (now Neon) and prominent angels like Abhinav Asthana, Pallav Nadhani, Aneesh Reddy, Krishna Mehra and Sreedhar Pedinneni, among others, also participated in this round of funding.
Facets.cloud aims to use this capital to expand in the US market, promote and advance the platform engineering philosophy, and enhance its product offerings.
Founded in 2021 by IIT Kharagpur alumni Anshul Sao, Pravanjan Choudhury and Rohit Raveendran, the startup helps improve developer productivity by streamlining cloud deployment workflows.
“Cloud delivery of products is an incidental complexity that businesses have to deal with, while their core innovation area is different. Anything that’s not core to your business and taking away your Developers’ time is noise and needs to be productised.” Pravanjan Choudhury, the founder and CEO of Facets.cloud said while explaining the problem they are trying to address with the platform.
Facets.cloud streamlines all the cloud deployment processes into one generative internal developer platform. This makes it extremely simple for developers to self-serve their infrastructure needs.
Facets.cloud is currently used by companies like MPL, Treebo, Capillary Technologies and Purplle, among others.
“Facets is a game-changer for complex DevOps setups. By automating last-mile cloud delivery as a product, it empowers businesses with self-service infrastructure management, enabling enhanced efficiency and positioning them as industry leaders. Their approach to platform engineering and the innovative self-service platform has the potential to completely transform the landscape,” stated Anurag Ramdasan, the lead partner from 3one4 Capital.