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DevOps startup CircleCI raised $56 million to supercharge how programmers push code

DevOps startup CircleCI raised $56 million to supercharge how programmers push code
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On Tuesday, CircleCI announced it raised $56 million in series D funding.




CircleCI develops continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD) software, which allows developers to test and release code faster and more often.




With the funding, CircleCI plans to continue investing in its product, expand internationally, hire more employees, and add data and intelligence features.




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CircleCI CEO Jim Rose says its product has been used to build all sorts of software, from mobile games to autonomous and launch vehicles.
CircleCI makes so-called continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD) software, a way for programmers to test and release code faster and more often.
With this software, programmers can push code updates multiple times a day. Before CI and CD were introduced, releases only came out a few times a year. On Tuesday, CircleCI received a new round of funding to continue pushing this way of developing software. It raised $56 million in series D funding, led by Owl Rock Capital Partners and Next Equity.
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