SEATTLE, WA, Temporal has announced its first production release and Series A funding of $18.75 million.
Temporal, maker of an open source, stateful, microservices orchestration platform, today announced its first production release and Series A funding of $18.75 million. Sequoia Capital led the round and was joined by Madrona Venture Group, along with existing investors Addition Ventures and Amplify Partners which led the seed round. This brings the total amount raised to $25.5 million. The funds will be used to grow the existing open source community and develop a Temporal cloud offering. Users include Snap, Box, Coinbase and Checkr who have realized increased developer productivity and application reliability after adopting Temporal.
Temporal created an open source, stateful, microservices orchestration platform that enables developers to create reliable applications using familiar tools that make them productive. Its users include Snap, Box, Coinbase and Checkr. Developers can use workflow as code to build and operate resilient applications using developer-friendly primitives. Developers write business logic - not glue code - and Temporal takes care of the rest. More information is available at temporal.io.
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