The Series B funding supports Anitian’s mission to provide pre-engineered platforms that empower organizations to quickly get their applications to the cloud, CEO Rakesh Narasimhan said. It could help Anitian accelerate its growth in the cloud security and compliance automation markets. The Series B funding comes after Anitian in August 2021 hired Julie Crawford as its CFO.
Crawford oversees Anitian’s finance and accounting team, business and sales operations and finance-related operational functions and manages its external financial and legal relationships, the company said. She previously served as interim CFO at Puppet, an IT automation software company.
A Closer Look at Anitian
Anitian offers its SecureCloud platform to help organizations keep their cloud application environments continuously secure and compliant in run-time, the company stated.
Organizations can leverage SecureCloud to deploy apps in secure and compliant Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure environments, the company noted. These platforms include various security controls and are pre-configured to FedRAMP, NIST 800-53 and other industry standards.
Anitian established compliance and security partnerships SentinelOne, Qualys and Tenable and other technology providers in recent years. The company tripled its growth and customer rate in 2021 and 2020. Still, Anitian’s actual revenue dollar figures and EBITDA results are undisclosed.