CloudHealth Technologies gains $46M in new funding round

CloudHealth Technologies, a company focused on cloud computing, raised $46 million in a series D financing round. New investor Kleiner Perkins led the funding.

The company will use the new funds to drive global expansion. In 2017, CloudHealth Technologies has grown its customer base worldwide to more than 1,300. It has opened offices in the Netherlands, Singapore, Australia, Israel and Washington, D.C.

The company also expanded its flagship cloud service management platform across VMware and data center environments. The platform aims to bridge the gap between data centers and cloud environments, providing integrated reporting.

The most recent financing round brings total venture investment in CloudHealth Technologies to $86 million.

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