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It features continuous deployment from Git across a global application delivery network,[b 1] serverless form handling,[b 2] support for AWS Lambda functions, and full integration with Let's Encrypt. It provides both free and paid plans.[b 3]
A predecessor to the company began in 2013 when Danish entrepreneur Mathias Biilmann noticed a return to static websites while running MakerLoop, a content management startup based in San Francisco. In 2015, Biilmann invited Christian Bach, his childhood friend who was working as an executive at a creative services agency in Denmark, to join him in the new venture. Netlify was publicly launched as a MakerLoop product in March 2015.
On October 9, 2018, the company issued a press release announcing that it had completed a series B round led by Kleiner Perkins—with participation from Andreessen Horowitz, Slack and Flickr co-founder Stewart Butterfield, Yelp CEO and co-founder Jeremy Stoppelman, among others—securing $30 million.
To address some of the limitations of static websites, which tend to be less sophisticated and harder to use for the website maintainer than a dynamic content publishing solution such as WordPress or Medium, Netlify develops its own open source headless content management system called Netlify CMS.[b 2]
In an October 2018 press release co-authored by Netlify, CodePen co-founder Chris Coyier stated that "this is where the web is going, Netlify is just bringing it to us all a lot faster. With all the innovation in the space, this is an exciting time to be a developer."
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