Early Game Ventures (earlygame.vc) announces the completion of a new investment in Bunnyshell (bunnyshell.com), a startup that builds technology for cloud infrastructure, allowing its customers to install, monitor, and scale cloud applications automatically. The 1.1 million euro transaction is EGV’s second investment in Bunnyshell and confirms the company’s spectacular evolution in the last year and a half.
The DLA Piper team, consisting of Cristina Bucur and Sandra Cahu, provided legal assistance for the transaction, including the documents required for the entire process. Boanta, Gidei and Associates SCA represented Bunnyshell.
Bunnyshell is a second-generation cloud infrastructure company. They don’t improve the cloud; they don’t make it safer, faster, or cheaper — what they do is give everyone access to the cloud and make the process look stupid simple, and madly fast.
Bunnyshell’s “devops-as-a-service” is the perfect solution for both SMBs that are understaffed/ under-capitalized and for enterprises that need agility and speed. Are you a small online retailer? You can launch a shop fast and easily. Are you a salesman working for a Fortune 500 company? You can deploy your own proof-of-concept servers and demo to any client within minutes.
Dan Calugareanu, Early Game Ventures Partner, said: “The demand for skilled people in systems management (Dev Ops) exploded during the pandemic when all companies had to accelerate their digitization and build their cloud infrastructure. Bunnyshell technology democratizes access to the cloud and makes installing and managing servers easy for anyone. We have been, are, and will be supporting the Bunnyshell team in the next rounds of funding.”
Source: Business Review
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