Digger is an open-source IaC automation and collaboration software (TACO).
Cloud infrastructure is complex, and requires software startups to hire expensive DevOps engineers to build and maintain it. Infrastructure code, like any other code, benefits from continuous integration. But unlike application code, Terraform has state. Because of state, running Terraform in general-purpose CI system like GitHub Actions or Bitbucket Pipelines is problematic.
Digger is a low-code platform designed for cloud infrastructure, an open-source CI/CD orchestrator for Terraform. Startups can now easily set up their cloud infrastructure in a few clicks, and need fewer resources to scale it as they grow.
Igor holds a degree in Computer Science and Mathematics. He worked at Palantir, where he grew engineering teams in APAC and consulted on big data with C-level stakeholders globally. Before joining EF, he founded his first company, Tictrac, and led its engineering function whilst scaling the company to 60+ people and raising a Series A.
Mohamed completed a Computer Science degree at the age of 19, and holds a PhD in Retinal Image Analysis from the University of Kingston. He founded a number of companies before launching Digger at EF.
Founded at Entrepreneur First
Seed ($3.3 million) led by First Minute capital