A Nigerian Service web startup, PipeOps, has emerged as the only African startup to be part of the Techstars’ accelerator event in New Orleans, US. A program funded by J.P. Morgan, an investment company.

PipeOps, a DevOps startup, will join 11 inaugural startups that will engage in a 13-week hybrid program. This program will commence with a kick-off retreat in New Orleans.

The event grants the startups unique access to Techstars’ international network and assets in a comprehensive and equitable simulated framework.

The Nigerian startup expressed joy through its Twitter page at the announcement of its admission into the program. It revealed that the news signifies a new direction in their pursuit of transforming the cloud and infrastructure framework. The startup quote “We’re thrilled to share that PipeOps is now part of the esteemed Techstars New Orleans Powered by J.P. Morgan! This marks a major step in our quest to revolutionize Cloud Deployments & Infrastructure Management.”

Samuel Ogbonyomi, Taye Joseph & Alex Idowu founded PipeOps in 2021. Their objective is to create seamless build-up, easy monitoring, and installation of services & applications into Cloud Infrastructure for Software Engineers and Small Teams on AWS, GCP or Azure. They explained that the company’s mission is to make things easy and drive orderliness.

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