Sid Sijbrandij, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of GitLab, has reportedly established a $100 million venture fund in 2020 called OpenBook Ventures, which looks to invest in companies and innovations in Asia and other global markets, according to DealStreet Asia.

GitLab is a Silicon Valley-based DevOps platform company that provides a solution for clients who are looking to use a single platform for the software development life cycle. It was founded in 2011 by Sijbrandij and has established itself as a solution for developers to collaborate and to distribute their code and products. With its platform, GitLab enables different departments of a company, including product development, quality assurance, security, and different organizations to work seamlessly on a single application. The DevOps platform is currently being used by companies such as Goldman Sachs, Ticketmaster Entertainment, and Delta Air Lines.

According to DealStreetAsia, the venture fund targets investments in deep tech, which involve robotics, artificial intelligence, and blockchain. On professional networking platform LinkedIn, Shah’s position indicates Venture Partner for OpenBook Ventures as of 2020. However, GitLab declined to comment on the fund and Shah’s appointment, as per DealStreet Asia.

Shah has been making strides in developing tech infrastructure in Africa and Southeast Asia. Her first startup, EFI Hub, is a company that aims to help tech startups lift-off in Africa, specifically in the EdTech, FinTech, and HealthTech industries. It was acquired by a UK-based firm, Acorn Capital for $10 million. Shah’s second venture, Rocket Internet-backed UShift, is a Singapore-based social hiring platform.