Enterprise cloud management company Intigua secures $8.6 million from Bessemer and Cedar Fund

Enterprise cloud management company Intigua has secured $8.6 million in a first funding round led by Bessemer Venture Partners, with participation of seed investors Cedar Fund and individual investors.

Intigua enables enterprises ensure the performance, availability and security of business-critical applications running on large-scale physical, virtual, private and public cloud, and hybrid infrastructures.

“We’re helping enterprises move confidently to cloud infrastructures without compromising SLAs and governance, knowing their monitoring and management solutions will scale to meet this dynamic new environment,” said Shimon Hason, Intigua CEO.

“Virtualization and cloud computing are forcing a re-think of infrastructure management. We believe Intigua has a unique and elegant solution that addresses today’s key challenges,” said Bessemer partner Bob Goodman, who will join Intigua’s board.

Intigua virtualizes the management layer, bringing cloud-grade scalability and agility to infrastructure monitoring and management. It also enables IT organizations to control and monitor all of their management applications from a single unified console, across physical, private and public cloud infrastructures.

Intigua was founded in March 2010 by Hason and Tomer Levy, the company CTO. Prior to launching Intigua, Shimon was a principal and entrepreneur-in-residence at Cedar Fund. Prior to Intigua, Tomer spent six years at Check Point.

Intigua is based in Newton, MA, USA, with R&D center in Kfar Saba, Israel.

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