vFunction, Which Helps Enterprises Transition to Microservices, Raises $26M

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Bob Quillin November 3, 2021

“…vFunction, a company that assists enterprises with the transition from legacy apps to the cloud and features a modern microservices’ architecture, has raised $26 million in a series A funding round. Companies such as Uber and Netflix have long transitioned from monolithic infrastructures and private datacenters to more flexible and reliable software components that connect via APIs (application programming interfaces) on the public cloud. Constructing applications from smaller, function-based components makes it easier to maintain, with individual teams or developers assuming responsibility for a single microservice, and also ensures there is not a “single point of failure…” READ MORE