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Vamp.io raises € 2.5 million in series A funding led by Vortex Capital Partners to fuel international expansion
Amsterdam, 09 May 2019

Smart DevOps release management solution Vamp.io announced today a series A investment of 2.5 million euros led by European technology growth investor Vortex Capital Partners. Vortex is heading the investment round with additional funding coming from existing investors Volta Ventures venture capital fund, as well as web hosting service MijnDomein and cloud migration specialist Merapar. The financing will be used to fuel the development and international launch of Vamp.io’s smart solution that makes cloud-native, container-based software delivery faster, safer and more scalable.

Forecasting the Future of DevOps at KubeCon 2019
Amsterdam, 29 April 2019

Come with us on a journey through time and space as Vamp explores what DevOps maturity anno 2025 might look like at this year's KubeCon 2019. You might be on roll or just getting started on your journey to cloud-native with tools like Kubernetes and crew. At Vamp, we get it – it’s cool, but complex.

New Hackernoon: Exploring new frontiers in CI/CD and DevOps
Amsterdam, 28 February 2018

Ten years ago, the idea of DevOps sprang from the minds of Andrew Shafer and Patrick Debois (source). A year later they actually named it “DevOps”. This tenth anniversary marks a good time to look at where DevOps has taken us as an industry and where we are heading.

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Vamp.io appoints Nico Vierhout as new CEO
Amsterdam, 1 February 2018

Nico Vierhout, formerly VP Engineering, Online and VP Product Development at KPNQwest and Liberty Global, has been appointed as the new CEO of software company Vamp.io.

Vierhout has extensive experience in the enterprise software development arena. At Liberty Global, he was responsible for all software development for Ziggo, Virgin Media, Telenet, UPC and UnityMedia.

New on Hackernoon: AWS Lambda Go vs. Node.js
Amsterdam, 17 Jan 2018

We geeked out a bit and looked at how the newly added Go language compares to Node.js on Amazon Web Services Lambda platform. We look at straight compute performance, but also more real life use cases.

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