Armory Stock

armory.ioEnterprise Software / Other Enterprise SoftwareFounded: 2016Funding to Date: $42.12MM

Armory is the developer of a scalable, flexible and secure platform that automates software delivery, enabling software teams to ship better software, accelerating time-to-market, maintaining stability, and avoiding outages. This company was founded in 2016 by Daniel Rubén Odio and Ben Mappen and is headquartered in San Mateo, CA.

Register To Buy and Sell Shares

For more details on financing and valuation for Armory, register or login.

Please provide a valid email address.

By registering, you agree to Forge’s Terms of Use. Already registered? Log in


Enterprise Value

Powered by Forge Data

Access Armory’s valuation and stock price.

View secondary pricing information, VWAP and distribution waterfall. And seek potentially outsized returns with same day private market data for private companies like Armory.

Become part of the Secondary Marketplace, catering to both individual and institutional investors.


Animation displayed is not current and securities are shown for illustrative purposes only.


Management Team

Ronnie Ghosh
Vice President of Finance
Ben Mappen
Co-Founder, Senior Vice President of Customer Success & Board Member
Daniel Rubén Odio
Co-Founder & Chairman
Jim Douglas
Chief Executive Officer, President & Board Member

Board Members

Lonne Jaffe
Insight Partners
Phil Boyer
Board Member
Rashmi Gopinath
B Capital Group

Armory’s stock FAQs


Can you buy Armory’s stock?

Armory is not publicly traded on NYSE or NASDAQ in the U.S. To buy Armory’s stock you need to be an accredited investor. Learn more about how to invest in the private market or register today to get started.

Can you sell Armory’s stock?

Yes, you can sell stock of a private company like Armory. Forge can help you sell your Armory stock in a way that works for you and the company. So if you are seeking liquidity, register with us today to get started.

What is Armory’s stock price?

Armory is a privately held company and therefore does not have a public stock price. However, you may access Armory’s private market stock price with Forge Data.

What is Armory’s stock ticker symbol?

Armory does not have an official ticker symbol because this company is not currently publicly traded.

Can institutional investors buy and sell private market stocks?

Yes. As one of the largest trading platform for the private market, Forge helps institutional investors seek liquidity as they buy and sell private stock for their portfolios or their clients. Our private market specialists have decades of experience working with institutional firms. Learn more or register today to get started.

News Highlights

Armory, which builds software on top of a hot open source project from Google and Netflix, just raised $40 million in funding from investors like B Capital and Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff to 'empower' developers

Armory builds software with Spinnaker, a popular open source project from Google and Netflix that helps developers automatically release code.

Armory nabs $40M Series C as commercial biz on top of open-source Spinnaker project takes off – TechCrunch

As companies continue to shift more quickly to the cloud, pushed by the pandemic, startups like Armory that work in the cloud-native space are seeing an uptick in interest. Armory is a company built to be a commercial layer on top of the open-source continuous delivery project Spinnaker. Today, it …

Armory Raises $28M in Series B Funding | FinSMEs

Armory, a San Mateo, CA-based enterprise software company delivering open source continuous delivery platform, raised $28M in Series B funding
Updated on: Jul 17, 2024


Public news articles listed on this page have been curated by Forge based on several factors including, but not limited to, product updates, changes in organization structure, funding rounds, third-party valuations, and key personnel changes. Changes to this list of articles can be made at any time without notice and should not be relied upon for investment purposes. Forge does not verify the accuracy of the information contained in public news articles.