vArmour Networks, a Santa Clara, CA-based developer of software defined security (SDSec) for virtualized data centers, has raised $6m in Series A funding.
The round was led by Highland Capital Partners. In conjunction with the investment, Corey Mulloy , general partner at Highland Capital Partners, joined the company’s board of directors.
vArmour Networks intends to use the capital to expand the team and to launch its security solution into the marketplace.
Led by Roger Lian , co-founder and CEO, the company pioneered software defined security (SDSec) solution, which aims to bring a scalable, flexible, programmable network security enforcement layer to highly virtualized computing environments. Fully compatible with SDN technologies like OpenFlow, vArmour’s solution, which are currently in evaluation with large enterprises and service providers in the US and internationally, can be deployed in both conventional and virtual networking environments.