NodePrime, a San Francisco, Calif.-based data center management platform that has emerged from stealth mode, raised $7m in seed funding.
Backers included Menlo Ventures, NEA, Formation 8, Ericsson, Initialized Capital, Crosslink Capital and TEEC Angel Fund.
The company is using the funds to continue to expand operations. It is hiring.
Led by James Malachowski, co-founder and CEO, NodePrime provides a software-defined datacenter platform that allows companies to centrally view, diagnose and control their IT infrastructure in minutes.
The NodePrime Platform is designed to support the control of an entire distributed datacenter, including bare metal, regardless of size, vendors or components.
Companies that use the platform include SAP, Ericsson and GoDaddy.