Intigua, a Newton, MA-based enterprise cloud management company, raised $8.6m in Series A financing.
The round was led by Bessemer Venture Partners (BVP) with participation from seed investors Cedar Fund and other individual investors. In conjunction with the funding, Bessemer partner Bob Goodman joined Intigua’s board along with Ram Metser, former CEO of Guardium, an infrastructure security company acquired by IBM in 2009.
Led by Shimon Hason, CEO, Intigua provides IT organizations with a platform to manage and monitor performance and security of business applications in cloud infrastructures in real-time from a single unified console. It virtualizes any management solution including widely-used applications such as Puppet, Splunk, IBM Tivoli Monitoring (ITM) and Provisioning Manager (TPM), HP Operations Manager (HPOM) and Server Automation (Opsware), Microsoft SCCM and SCOM, VMware Hyperic and vCenter Configuration Manager (VCM), BMC BladeLogic, Symantec NetBackup and Endpoint Protection (SEP), and EMC Networker.