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Microsoft Ramps Up Cloud Strategy with Avere Acquisition
Menlo was the lead investor in Avere’s Series A funding round in November 2008.→
Opportunities for Entrepreneurship: Menlo’s New $250M Fund→
Edge Delta is providing a whole new class of product and category—a complementary and incredibly necessary approach to observability—edge observability, a critical component of your new data stack.
It’s with great excitement I announce that I’ve started my journey with Menlo Ventures as a partner focused on early-stage investing in the infrastructure and deep tech sectors.
It’s a very exciting time for Menlo Ventures, and we’re thrilled to welcome Tim Tully as our newest partner.
The team at Menlo is proud to have supported StackRox on its journey and into the next chapter as a part of Red Hat.
We’re extremely excited to announce our investment in FireHydrant and to back Bobby Ross and his team.
An inflection point is a decisive moment that marks the start of significant change. As startup investors, Menlo wants to drive that inflection.
Today we announce the closing of Menlo Ventures XIV, a $450 million fund earmarked for early-stage technology investments.
Menlo was the lead investor in Avere’s Series A funding round in November 2008.
I’m thrilled to announce today that Menlo Ventures is leading a $30 million round in Clarifai, a company building a platform to democratize AI and bring it to the mainstream of developers and applications.
Today, Akamai Technologies announced the acquisition of Soha Systems in an all-cash transaction.
We are announcing today the closing of the Menlo Ventures Opportunity Fund. This is a $250 million vehicle, and we’re very flattered that it was significantly oversubscribed.
Menlo co-hosted an event with Unravel and Waterline to discuss how web-scale companies have internally built processes and controls for data management and operations.
This acquisition will immediately catapult Red Hat—already a leader in hybrid cloud—into an industry leadership role in the fast-growing DevOps segment of cloud computing.
No matter where one stands on the religious divide of private vs. public clouds, one thing is certain: Getting a private cloud up and running, and then keeping it going, is tough.
As cyber threats become more sophisticated, companies large and small are changing the way they think about securing their networks.
The actions of your suppliers and business partners can have an outsized influence on your company’s reputation and the bottom line.