Inngest raises $3M seed to build the reliable workflow platform for every dev

Inngest, the developer platform for building workflows and background jobs with zero infrastructure, has raised $3M in new funding. This funding round was led by Glenn Solomon of GGV Capital, Guillermo Rauch of Vercel, and Github founder Tom Preston-Werner. The platform aims to solve the frustrating and time-consuming process of developing and testing background jobs and workflows. With Inngest, developers can write, test, and deploy complex workflows to production in hours, without the need for infrastructure configuration. The platform provides a local development experience, a simple SDK for writing code, and a fully managed platform for managing job concurrency and other aspects. Inngest supports serverless platforms like Vercel, long-running servers, and even edge server platforms. The company plans to use the funding to expand its team and introduce new functionality, such as real-time event forwarding, subscriptions, and batch processing. Developers are invited to try Inngest through the quick start guide and join the community for feedback and support.

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