Fauna, a data API for client-serverless applications, announced that it raised $27 million in a new round of funding led by Madrona.
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Fauna, the data API for client-serverless applications, is receiving $27 million in new funding, enabling the company to grow its ecosystem and help developers build better software faster.
San Francisco API innovator Fauna has added $27 million in new funding to its growing Series A round as it seeks to transform databases with its technology.
Seattle’s Madrona Venture Group is leading a $27 million investment in Fauna, who is positioning itself as a leader in databases for a new generation of applications.
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