Pipedream, a San Francisco, CA-based provider of an integration platform for developers, raised $20M in Series A funding.
The round was led by True Ventures, with participation from CRV, Felicis Ventures, and World Innovation Lab, and more than 20 executives from leading software companies.
The company intends to use the funds to accelerate growth and expand operations.
Led by CEO Tod Sacerdoti, Pipedream is an integration and compute platform purpose-built for developers building workflows and connecting cloud services. With Pipedream, developers can leverage over 700 pre-built integrated applications and write any Node.js, Python, Go, or Bash code to extend the integrations with their own custom logic. All integrations on it are open source and can be contributed by any member of the over 300,000 user community. In the last year, developers have processed more than 5 billion events across 500,000 workflows, connecting applications such as Airtable, Amazon Web Services (AWS), GitHub, Slack, Snowflake and more.
The company is also announcing the public launch of Pipedream 2.0 which includes multi-language support (including Node, Python, Golang, and Bash), Data Stores to store and retrieve data across steps and workflows, and single sign-on (SSO) support for enterprise customers. Key customers include Brex, Checkr, and Scale AI.