Mycelial, an open source platform enabling developers to connect applications anywhere, raised $3.8m in Seed funding.
The round was led by Crane Venture Partners.
The company, which is launching its open source solution in private beta, will use the funding to build the team.
Led by Gerred Dillon, Chief Technology Officer, Mycelial provides a platform that connects applications anywhere, offline or online and across the edge, on-device and in the cloud. It enables developers to move data within and across distributed applications securely and efficiently—with zero time wasted writing all the logic necessary to deal with complex communications or setting up and maintaining the necessary infrastructure.
Mycelial’s private beta will launch with the ability to create and manage distributed stateful actors. Users will be able to pass data between actors, add custom behavior and update that behavior over time, pipe in/extract data and consume data from anywhere their applications can run. Developers can connect their database of choice, hosted in their own virtual private cloud (VPC) to unlock time travel debugging and gain the power to understand the state of their system over time.