The company is building scalable computing software which allows individual workloads to run on the best matching hardware in a server stack.
Battery general partner Scott Tobin and BVP partner Adam Fisher are set to join the Stratoscale board as part of the investment.
Tobin said, “There is a better way for organizations big and small to architect and manage their data centers, and Stratoscale is going to surprise people with the elegance of its solution and how the company takes what, behind the scenes, is a monumentally difficult task and delivers it in such a simple way.”
Fisher added, “I am excited to back such a seasoned team with a singular focus and ambitious vision.
“Datacenters based entirely on single-server virtualization have grown too inefficient, and Stratoscale is helping to manage these problems.”
Existing investors Accel Partners, Mayfield Fund, Ignition Partners and North Bridge Venture Partners also took part in the fundraise, which followed ‘explosive growth’ from the company this year, it said.
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