Word spread late last week that data visibility and security startup DataGravity had been acquired. At the time, though, it was unclear by whom. Now we know. It was HyTrust, a company that specializes in securing workloads that run in private and public clouds. The details of the deal were not disclosed, but over the course of its startup life, DataGravity had raised $92 million from the likes of Accel Partners, Andreessen Horowitz, CRV and General Catalyst.
HyTrust made the acquisition announcement in parallel with its latest funding announcements. The company today said that it has raised a $36 million Series E round led by Advance Venture Partners, with participation from its existing venture capital and strategic investors. These include Sway Ventures, Epic Ventures, Vanedge Capital, Trident Capital, Cisco, Fortinet, Intel and VMware.