TEL AVIV, Israel, Nov. 15, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- More than 80% of enterprises take a multi-cloud approach and spread their workloads across several public and on-premise platforms instead of going all in on a single cloud. The complexity and costs of managing multi-cloud workloads delays new product releases.
It's a challenge that Tel Aviv-based start-up Darillium is tackling with its flagship product, Galaxy.
Fresh from stealth mode, Darillium, alongside large enterprise partners will solve this multi-platform problem. Today, the company announced it has raised a $2M seed round lead by Hanaco Ventures and joined by JANVEST Capital Partners.
Darillium's three co-founders Lev Oren, Shahaf Azriely and Maxim Avezbakiev came together to solve a pain point they experienced firsthand while at Dell EMC, Pivotal, CA Technologies, SAP and with the Israeli Air Force's elite technology unit "Ofek".
"We've been working with many CIOs that struggle to deliver new software products at the pace their businesses demand," explained Lev Oren, Darillium's CEO. "It's very difficult for them to be agile with a piecemeal infrastructure. And this will only get worse in the face of the 'cloud wars' and the 'closed garden' highly competitive environment."
Darillium's first product, Galaxy, allows customers to deploy applicative workloads and support new business services across multiple platforms and clouds. Darillium's unified API and Artificial Intelligence-driven recommendation engine enable cross platform functionality and are designed to support both technical and business teams.
"Our financial, automotive and cybersecurity customers complain that it takes them months to build and engineer different stacks to support their business applications," according to Darillium's CTO, Shahaf Azriely. "With Darillium, they can focus on their new product development instead of infrastructure headaches."
Alon Lifshitz led the investment for Hanaco Ventures and has joined Darillium's Board of Directors. "Darillium has the right product in a huge and growing market and we expect the demand for Darillium to grow as the cloud wars rage on."
Darillium is on a mission to enable enterprises to design and release new business services faster and with less risk across multiple platforms and clouds. Leading venture capital investors include Hanaco Ventures and JANVEST Capital Partners.