The Series E round was led by DFJ Growth and included Millennium Technology Value Partners, as well as all prior investors: Battery Ventures, Citi Ventures, DFJ, Ignition Partners, and ScaleVP. Hewlett Packard Ventures took part in the round with a strategic investment.
In April, the company raised $32 million from Battery Ventures and others as part of the ongoing Series E round.
Seattle-based Chef counts Facebook, GE, Target, Bloomberg, Nordstrom, Gap, IBM, Yahoo, and Intuit among the more than 750 customers for its workflow and automation platform. The customer roster includes more than half of the Fortune 50, and 80 percent of Chef’s revenue comes from enterprises. Chef’s DevOps.
The company also announced today that Microsoft made Chef available on its Azure Marketplace. In July, Chef had released its product line on AWS Marketplace, the IT services shop for Amazon Web Services (AWS) users. Chef is also available as a plug-in for HP Cloud.
The latest round of funding follows the debut of Chef Delivery, which is an extension of the platform that provisions full-stack continuous delivery of infrastructure, runtime environments including containers, and applications. Chef Delivery came about from the company’s work with Nordstrom.