Axiom, a London, UK-based provider of an enterprise-grade solution to manage and analyse machine data at any scale, across any type of infrastructure, has raised $7M in funding to date.
Since it was founded in 2017, the $7m funding has included a new $4m seed round led by Crane Venture Partners with participation from Fly VC, Mango Capital and LocalGlobe, which led the previous round of funding. Notable angel investors include former Xamarin founder and current GitHub CEO Nat Friedman and Heroku co-founder Adam Wiggins.
The company will use the new funding to build out its product, sales and marketing functions to bring its enterprise-grade solution to the market.
Co-founded by Neil Jagdish Patel, Seif Lotfy and Gord Allott, Axiom gives DevOps teams a cloud-native, serverless solution based on a revolutionary object-based datastore to store and query their data all the time in one interface – without the overhead of maintaining and scaling data infrastructure. The company is a fully remote team of 14 people across seven time zones. Two of the three founders are based in the UK (in Manchester and in London) along with the third co-founder based in Berlin.