Cloud Application Services Company Iron.io Raises $1.4 Million Seed Round

Written by on December 7, 2011 in Press & Events

Iron.io

12/7/2011 – Techcrunch, Sarah Perez

Cloud application services provider Iron.io has just closed a $1.4 million round of seed funding, led byBaseline Ventures, the same investors who led the seed rounds for Instagram, TaskRabbit, Heroku, Weebly and many others. Additional investors participating in this round are Ignition Partners, Cloud Capital Partners, Citrix Systems, Jonathan Siegel, Matt Ocko, Jared Kopf and Lance White. Steve Anderson, founder of Baseline Ventures, will join Iron.io’s Board of Directors.

Alongside the funding announcement, Iron.io also launched its IronMQ service into public beta today.

Iron.io, essentially an application infrastructure as a service provider (IaaS), makes multiple cloud application services that work across multiple platforms and clouds. One product is IronWorker(originally called SimpleWorker), a scalable task queue that allows developers to offload front-end tasks and manage their scheduled jobs and background processing. IronWorker launched in January of this year and has now executed over 10 million tasks and supports thousands of jobs per day for the company’s user base…

Read the full article on Techcrunch or visit Iron.io for more information.

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