In the recent industry development, RWX announces a $7 million seed funding round led by Quiet Capital and the launch of Mint, a new CI/CD platform, aiming to redefine developer experiences in software automation.

In 2022, RWX, a newcomer in the Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) sector, revealed their latest innovation: Mint.

This platform is set to transform the traditional CI/CD landscape, which has largely remained unchanged since the early days of cloud computing.

Unlike its predecessors, Mint addresses several inefficiencies by optimizing test executions and enhancing log interpretations, making it a next-generation tool for developers.

The traditional CI/CD platforms often force engineers to endure lengthy and irrelevant test executions and to comb through extensive logs to pinpoint issues.

Mint's introduction promises a departure from these outdated practices by enabling more precise test runs and providing richer, actionable feedback directly within the users' browser interfaces.

Bill Kaper, co-founder and CTO of HubiFi, praises Mint:

“We’re thoroughly impressed with Mint’s innovative capabilities for CI/CD. Our engineering team is more productive with Mint’s fast builds, rich telemetry, and elegant developer experience. Additionally, Mint's security features, such as SOC 2 Type 2 compliance and hardened vault features, ensure that our CD pipelines are industry-leading in terms of security.”

Another testament to Mint’s effectiveness comes from Tim Overly, co-founder at Visivo, who noted,

“After seeing Mint's refreshing approach to CI/CD, we immediately decided to migrate to it. Defining our workflows as a task-based graph was a huge improvement in composition, reuse, and performance compared to our previous scripts.”


In summary, RWX, co-founded by Dan Manges and Tommy Graves in 2022, stands behind Mint.

Manges, previously a co-founder of the technology-driven car insurance carrier Root, which went public in 2020, and a former CTO at Braintree, a platform acquired by PayPal for $800 million, brings a wealth of experience to RWX.

This background supports RWX's vision to revolutionize CI/CD platforms, making Mint a pivotal player in the evolving landscape of software development tools.

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