Kubernetes infrastructure company Diamanti has closed $35 million in Series C funding. Led by ClearSky, the funding round saw participation by current investors CRV, DFJ, Goldman Sachs, GSR Ventures, and Northgate Capital.

In connection with the financing, ClearSky Managing Director Erik Straser has joined Diamanti’s board of directors.

Diamanti claims to offer the industry’s first cloud-native platform integrating high-performance compute, plug-and-play networking, persistent NVMe-based storage, Docker, Linux, and Kubernetes into one simple solution with full-stack support.

As the company puts it, the latest move comes after Diamanti experienced rapid growth in bookings and revenue over the past year, with major enterprise customer traction in multiple verticals, including energy, financial services and internet service providers.

The company plans to use the funding to ramp global go-to-market initiatives, along with increased investment in engineering resources to drive its hybrid cloud roadmap, as well as new software, SaaS, and hardware solutions.

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