Aqua Closes $25M Funding Round for Container Security

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Container security startup Aqua raised $25 million in Series B funding. Aqua CEO Dror Davidoff called it the “largest funding round to date” in the container security space, and it brings total investments in Aqua to $38.5 million.

Lightspeed Venture Partners led the latest round, with existing investors Microsoft Ventures, TLV Ventures, and Shlomo Kramer also participating. Microsoft led the Series A round in September 2016, which secured $9 million.

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The startup launched its container security platform in May 2016. It supports container stacks from Docker, Kubernetes, Mesos, CoreOS, Microsoft, Red Hat, and VMware, and tracks a container’s status throughout its lifecycle. It supports on-premises deployments as well as on Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform, and other public clouds.

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