Redefine team. raises $8.5 million Seed round for AI-powered software optimization platform

The company’s CI (continuous integration) platform aims to accelerate software development cycles and dramatically cut cloud expenses announced on Monday that it has raised $8.5 million in a Seed round led by Gillot Capital, featuring investments from industry leaders such as Nitzan Shapira and Ran Ribenzaft (founders of Epsagon), Efrat Rapoport (Head of Salesforce Israel R&D Center), Assaf Ezra (founder of Granulate), Simon Perryman (former VP of Development at Twitch), and Farhan Thawar (VP of Development at Shopify).
The company’s AI-powered CI (continuous integration) optimization platform aims to accelerate software development cycles and dramatically cut cloud expenses.
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Redefine team
Redefine team.
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Redefine's uses static code analysis and AI to identify relevant tests for each new code change and minimize feedback time for developers. The company operates on a SaaS model and boasts partnerships with Intel, Claroty, Salesforce, Pagaya, and more.
Founded in 2022 by CEO Lior Neuman (former R&D officer in 8200) and CTO Ayal Regev (former cyber course commander and researcher at Unit 81), Redefine has a team of 25 employees in Tel Aviv and plans to use the Seed funding for personnel recruitment and acceleration of development.
"AI-based solutions are increasingly adopted, and it's inevitable that software development and advanced automation will follow suit," said Lior Neuman, CEO of Redefine. "Our solution optimizes processes, shortens running times, and saves machine costs while improving developers' experience."
Gillot Capital's general partner, Nofar Amikam, added: "Balancing code quality with speed of deployment is a crucial challenge for organizations. Redefine has bridged this gap by precisely optimizing CI processes, saving organizations valuable time and expenses without compromising code quality. The innovative solution and strong entrepreneurial team make for a winning combination."