Big Data Startup Continuity Lands $10M in Funding

Big Data Startup Continuity Lands $10M in Funding

Continuity, a Palo Alto-based started that provides tools for big data application development, has announced that it has raised $10 million from venture capital firms, including Battery Ventures, Ignition Partners, Andreessen Horowitz, Data Collective and Amplify Partners. The one-year-old firm is creating a sort of platform as a service for Hadoop. Its AppFabric technology abstracts much of the complexity of working with Hadoop so that developers can build big data applications without worrying about nodes, clusters and data blocks.

AppFabric is currently in private beta, and Continuity plans to launch a public version of the cloud development platform next year.

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