Identity management company Cerbos launches new cloud service
Cerbos announced a new control plane for its open source licensing and licensing software delivered via cloud hosting, called Cerbos Cloud, designed to “simplify the development, testing and distribution of licensing policies.”
Currently available in private beta, it promises to provide a managed CI/CD pipeline, allowing developers to focus on their core product.
this announcement (opens in a new tab) Also detailed the company’s seed funding and expectations for continued healthy growth over the next few years.
Cerbos appeals to administrators who need to set up different authorizations for employees based on various factors, such as their seniority, whether they’re working remotely or on a secure network, and even their location.
The U.K.-based company offers scalable solutions that can be adapted to different software and is available globally, promising to allow users worldwide to set up in “minutes rather than weeks,” including in the U.S., Turkey and New Zealand .
Cerbos co-founder and CEO Emre Baran told technology crisis (opens in a new tab): “What Cerbos Cloud unlocks is the ability to collaborate and iterate strategy development faster using visualization tools, and the ability to distribute optimized strategy packages to your fleet with low latency and high visibility.”
The company also raised $7.5 million from angel investors in a seed round at OMERS Ventures, bringing its total raised since its inception in 2021 to $11 million.
While the last round of funding totaling $3.5 million laid the foundation for the company to develop its cloud platform, this year’s substantial increase in funding is aimed at taking the platform from private beta to full commercial availability, with plans to develop an enterprise future-grade service .