Skytap Raises $10 Million For Cloud Automation Solutions

Skytap, which provides cloud automation solutions for enterprises and software vendors to develop, test and demo cloud applications, has raised $10 million in funding, according to this SEC filing.

This brings the total amount of financing raised by the company to a healthy $23 million.

(Update: news was confirmed)

Skytap enables users to run enterprise applications in the cloud, collaborate with global teams and gain business productivity. Additionally, IT organizations can gain visibility and control over cloud projects, align capacity with demand and reduce costs.

Enterprises can also connect Skytap to their data centers and create virtual private clouds.

Previous investors who are also represented in this new round, according to the filing, include Ignition Partners, Madrona Venture Group and Washington Research Foundation. A new name appears to be OpenView Venture Partners.

On a sidenote: Amazon chief Jeff Bezos‘ investment firm, Bezos Expeditions, was also an early investor in the cloud computing company.