Overview

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Status
Acquired by on October 18, 2012
Total Equity Funding
$13M in 2 Rounds from 4 Investors
Headquarters:
Sunnyvale, CA
Description:
ZManda is an open source and cloud backup software company providing software and related services for small and medium-sized enterprises.
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Categories:
Cloud Computing, Software, Open Source
Website:
http://www.zmanda.com
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Company Details

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Zmanda, Inc. provides cloud backup and open source backup and recovery software and services to small and mid-size enterprises. It offers Amanda Enterprise, an open source backup and recovery software to protect Linux, Solaris, Windows, and Mac OS X environments; Zmanda Recovery Manager (ZRM) for MySQL for scheduling full and incremental backups of MySQL database; Zmanda Backup Appliance, a pre-configured virtual backup server that enables IT organizations to install a backup and recovery solution for heterogeneous desktops and servers; and Zmanda Cloud Backup (ZCB) which backs up a Windows server, desktop or laptop directly to Amazon's Storage Cloud. The company also provides MySQL backup and recovery training, remote installation services for ZRM, backup and recovery implementation services, continuity and compliance consulting, and technical support services. It has strategic alliances with Sun Microsystems, Inc.; Oracle; Amazon Web Services LLC; MySQL AB; Red Hat, Inc.; Ubuntu; Intel Corporation; NetApp; Novell, Inc.; XenSource; and Coverity, Inc.

The company was founded in 2005 and is based in Sunnyvale, California.

Funding Rounds (2) - $13M

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DateAmount / RoundValuationLead InvestorInvestors
May, 2007$8M / Series B$27.8M4
Jan, 2005$5M / Series A2

Current Team (2)

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Offices/Locations (1)

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  • HQ

    465 S. Mathilda Ave

    Suite 300

    Sunnyvale, CA 94086

    USA

Past Team (2)

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Images (1)

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