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Size of A-series funding in the NoSQL market

After yesterday’s announcement of RethinkDB raising $8mil in series A, I’ve read comments about this round being considered small. I’ve looked through my archives and here’s what I’ve found:

  1. Jul.2008: 10gen: $1.5M (series A)
  2. Dec.2008 and Dec.2010: Cloudant: $2M (series A)
  3. Jan.2009, Couchbase: $6M (series A)
  4. Apr.2009, Basho: $2M (series C)
  5. Nov.2009: CouchOne: $2M
  6. Oct. 2010: DataStax: $2.7M (series A)
  7. Sep.2011: Neo Technologies: $10.6M (series A)

Maybe in the light of FoundationDB’s recent $17M, RethinkDB’s round might look small. But data doesn’t agree.

Update:added Cloudant.

Original title and link: Size of A-series funding in the NoSQL market (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)