Webscale completes a $14 million B round to improve cloud automation for ecommerce companies

Gal Ratner

The round was led by Mohr Davidow Ventures, with participation from Benhamou Global Ventures and Grotech Ventures.

Crunchbase data suggests Webscale’s raised $32.3 million so far and CEO Sonal Puri said the capital will fuel the company’s growth and international expansion.

Webscale’s SaaS offerings comprises of load balancing, outage prevention, machine learning, cybersecurity and app performance monitoring and is aimed at private, hybrid, and public cloud environments including Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, and Microsoft’s Azure.

Webscale primary customers are mix of online retail, e-learning, education, media, and nonprofit companies in seven countries, including six Fortune 1000 businesses. Puri said the company migrated more than 600 storefronts from 100 customers and their technology powers over 1,000 digital storefronts for brands like Puma, Unilever, Hanes, Eckler’s, Murad, Ferguson, Tommy Hilfiger, Cineworld Group, and others.

Webscale processed more than $10 billion in transactions to date and helped to serve over 2 billion visitors.

Webscale has the majority of its development and operation in Bangalore, India in addition to its Sunnyvale symbolic headquarters office.

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