APEX – Triggermesh, which provides a cloud native integration platform so that its enterprise clients can create and maintain hybrid could integrations and automate workflows, has raised nearly $5 million according to an SEC filing.

The company, founded in 2018, lists 8 investors, who together are investing $4,970,000 in a debt investment, as of Wednesday, and the filing is signed by company CEO and co-founder Mark Hinkle.

The company’s product, Integration as Code™, allows the creation of an integration using a declarative API, which is exposed as Kubernetes objects.

“We are delighted to see organizations building cloud native applications on Kubernetes with both our integration-as-code approach for DevOps and our low-code, self-service portal for any enterprise,” Hinkle stated in a company press release in early June.

Kubernetes, or K8, was originally designed by Google and is maintained by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, and is an open-source container-orchestration system that developers use for automating computer application deployment, scaling, and management.

The company previously raised $3 million from Index Ventures and Crane Venture Partners and is privately funded, the company states on its website.  The company was recently named to a list of cool vendors in cloud computing in a 2021 Gartner report.