Founded in 2009, Nutanix is the first company to offer a radically simple compute and storage infrastructure for implementing enterprise-class virtualization without complex and expensive network storage (SAN or NAS).
Built on architectural techniques employed in core infrastructure systems at Google, Nutanix Complete Cluster's converged compute and storage architecture can scale to manage petabytes of data while running thousands of virtual machines and aims to disrupt the multi-billion dollar virtualization industry.
Since emerging from stealth mode in April 2011, Nutanix has raised $71 million in three funding rounds from top tier VCs that include Kholsa Ventures, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Goldman Sachs, Battery Ventures and Blumberg Capital. Nutanix has been named to Gigaom's Top 50 Cloud Innovators list and won a 2011 Best of VMworld Gold award.
Latest funding size
Time since last funding
|about 2 years|
|Goldman Sachs, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Khosla Ventures, Battery Ventures, Morgan Stanley, Greenspring Associates, Riverwood Capital (Lead), Sapphire Ventures (Lead), Blumberg Capital, InstantScale Ventures|