Thursday January 9, 2014 0 commentsBOULDER - JumpCloud, the first automated server management tool for DevOps and IT pros, announced its co-founder, Rajat Bhargava, has been appointed the company's new CEO.
The company also announced it will move into a new corporate headquarters at 2040 14th St. in Boulder to support its "significant growth" in customers and expected growth in employees and partners in 2014.
JumpCloud said in just three months it has added hundreds of small-to-medium-sized enterprise customers since launching at TechCrunch Disrupt San Francisco in September 2013.
"The opening of our new corporate headquarters marks an important day here at JumpCloud, said Bhargava. "It's truly a culmination of the entire team's hard work building out a superior product for the DevOps community.
"Building on decades of industry expertise, we have been, and continue to be laser-focused on accelerating IT automation, as well as delivering tools that help our DevOps pros conquer the tedious day-to-day deliverables with remarkable speed and agility."
JumpCloud said it automates the critical areas of managing servers and saves DevOps and IT administrators significant time managing users, patches, security and compliance.