Sunday, August 21, 2005

Coradiant Raises $12.7 Million for Monitoring Capabilities

Coradiant, a start-up based in San Diego, raised $12.7 million in new funding for its real-user monitoring equipment for data center applications.

Whereas existing user monitoring approaches typically rely on synthetic sampling, Coradiant's technology enables a new category of easy-to-install data monitoring equipment that is capable of seeing and reporting actual performance as experienced by every user, in each session, in real time. The system integrates with enterprise management software (EMS) systems. Drill-down incident management and analysis can be used to uncover, diagnose and repair even transient, hard-to-find issues in minutes rather than days or weeks.

The new funding round was led by existing investor DCM -- Doll Capital Management. DCM was joined by previous investors GrandBanks Capital and Desjardins Venture Capital, and new investor Miramar Venture Partners.

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