Clustrix, a San Francisco-based data structuring company, has raised USD10m in a Series D funding round led by HighBar Ventures with participation from existing backers Sequoia Capital, U.S. Venture Partners, ATA Ventures and others.
Clustrix, which launched in 2005, provides companies with management software that can be used on SQL databases. This latest round of funding takes the total raised by Clustrix to USD66.5m.
In a statement, Clustrix CEO Robin Purohit said demand for “operational databases that can analyze data in real-time has never been greater with the rapid growth of new hyperscale applications in … e-commerce, online gaming and advertisement.”
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