Temporal, a Seattle, WA-based maker of an open source, stateful, microservices orchestration platform, raised $18.75 million in Series A funding.
The round, which brought the total amount raised to $25.5m, was led by Sequoia Capital, joined by Madrona Venture Group, along with existing investors Addition Ventures and Amplify Partners.
The company intends to use the funds to grow the existing open source community and develop a Temporal cloud offering.
Founded by Maxim Fateev, CEO, and Samar Abbas, CTO, Temporal provides a code-first open source runtime, which companies are using in multiple production scenarios to orchestrate microservices, provision resources, build data pipelines and other tasks. Code written with Temporal is executed directly, which enables developers to use the development, debugging, and testing processes they already know and love.
Users include Snap, Box, Coinbase and Checkr who have realized increased developer productivity and application reliability after adopting Temporal.