December 10, 2013

A startup in the Pacific Northwest has raised more than $2 million as part of its efforts to support a continuous integration service, according to a published report.

Based in Seattle, Shippable has raised $2.05 million in seed funding that is being built with the assistance of a prominent Linux container, Tech Crunch reports. Founders Co-op employee Chris Devore, Paul Allen with Vulcan Capital, Madrona Venture Group and a handful of angel investors threw their weight and dollars behind the effort.

"What I needed 15 developers and over a year to create was handed to me for free," co-founder and chief executive officer Avinash Cavale told the news source Docker, the Linux casing company.

When it comes to market intervention with online services, the primary key to monitor is speed. As a consequence, providers whose interests are geared toward online purposes are in need of crafting more rapid methods of being available to and servicing their clients.

Companies also are in need of paying attention to methodologies of managing the processes of overall application lifecycle management, according to the news source.

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