Testing Platform AtomicJar Announces $25M Series A Financing
Gunderson Dettmer represented client AtomicJar, an integration testing platform, in the announcement of its $25 million Series A financing led by Insight Partners. AtomicJar’s platform enables developers to build databases and web frameworks more efficiently for improved integration testing across the software development lifecycle. The company will use the new capital to scale its development team and to improve the shift-left testing developer experience.
In the announcement of the transaction, Sergei Egorov, co-founder and CEO of AtomicJar said, "We are incredibly grateful to have the support of our investors to help us focus on the testing tools that matter to developers enabling them to ship software with confidence. Hardly anything can be more expensive than a developer waiting for something, and testing is a common reason for downtime. With Testcontainers, we are shifting testing to the left, from QA teams and staging environments to developers writing and running tests in IDEs. It is like Unit Testing, but with real dependencies thanks to containers!"
The Gunderson Dettmer deal team was led by Michael Hacker and included Alexandra Noymer and Morgan Clarke.