Cloudyn raises $4 million in First Institutional round of funding

Cloudyn, the company headquartered in Tel-Aviv, founded 2011, provider of a solution for cloud monitoring and optimization announced to have raised $ 4 million in its first institutional round of financing led by Titanian Investments, along with existing investors RDSeed.

Cloudyn intention is to invest this funding  to furtherly expand and improve its cloud monitoring and optimization platform to deliver unparalleled analytics. Additionally to the funding, it has been also announced that Alexander Aivazov, Managing Partner of Titanium Investments, joined the company’s board of directors, bringing the board to 4 members.

Cloudyn solution, that asserts to manage 8% of Amazon Web Services, helps optimizing AWS customers workloads, along with Google cloud and Rackspace OpenStack-based clouds. Cloudyn aims to support customers helping them to decide which cloud  is adequate for them.

Cloudyn’s CEO, Sharon Wagner, said:
This investment enables us to raise the industry bar in how our customers can get the most effective cloud performance and consumer cloud services. We’re committed to providing our customers much deeper visibility into how they can achieve optimal operational performance and maximize their cloud investments – regardless of whatever platform or mix of platforms they choose to adopt.