Here’s a list of today’s tech funding stories, updated as the day unfolds. Tip us here if you have a deal to share.

Zuora lands a massive $115M as the world goes “-as-a-service”

Subscription platform Zuora is today announcing a whopping $115 million in funding so it can help make this more of an “-as-a-service” world.

The new funding brings the total raised so far to $250 million, a clear vote of confidence that investors have in the company’s servicing of subscription business models.

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SpareFoot raises $33M to increase the reach of its storage unit network

SpareFoot, an Austin-based marketplace for self-storage units, has raised a pile of cash — $33 million to be exact.

Guess it won’t have any trouble figuring out where to put all that money.

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Business-intelligence startup Looker picks up $30M

Looker, one startup with business-intelligence software people can use to pull up visualizations of data sitting in corporate databases, has raised $30 million.

Meritech Capital Partners led the new round in Looker. PivotNorth, First Round Capital, Redpoint Ventures, and Sapphire Ventures also participated. To date the startup has raised $48 million.

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