Deals

Consentry nabs $9.4M for tighter network control

Consentry Networks, a Milpitas, Calif. company that gives network administrators more direct control over computing infrastructure and applications, just raised $9.4 million from DAG Ventures, Invesco Private Capital, Northgate Capital, Translink Capital and Vedanta Capital.

The new money will go toward development of its network management product LANShield, a platform that gives users visibility into and control over all of the various operations and applications active on a system at any given time, the company claims. Some will also be used to expand marketing efforts.

The investment brings the total raised in the recent round of funding (open since the company’s founding in 2003) to $80.4 million.