ATLANTA – Reflex Systems, a company selling virtualization management and security, has raised an $8.5 million first round led by RFA Management Company. It is the first step in the company’s reorganization.
Previously, as Reflex Security, it raised about $18 million in 2006 and 2007 from investors who included Lambda Funds and Spencer Trask Ventures.
This deal marks the final step in the reorganization of Reflex Security Inc. by creating a new Georgia limited liability company, Reflex Systems.
The company says its award-winning Reflex VMC (Virtualization Management Center) product provides a comprehensive management solution with dynamic policy enforcement across the entire virtual datacenter, whether the virtual resources are hosted locally, remotely, or in a cloud environment.
Pete Privateer, CEO of Reflex Systems said, “Organizations are investing in virtual infrastructure to streamline costs and operations during these extraordinary economic times.
“Likewise, the demand for tools to automate the management and security of virtual datacenters is a rapidly emerging market creating significant growth opportunities for Reflex.”
The company’s flagship product has received a host of awards, including: VMworld 2008 Overall Best of Show, Tech Target’s SearchServerVirtualization 10 best virtual infrastructure management tools, Network Product’s Guide 2009 Hot Companies Finalist , Data Protection Summit 2008 Best of Show End-User Solution, InfoWorld 10 Virtualization Vendors to Watch in 2009, and Network World Products of the Week.
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