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.

Checkmarx takes in $84M

Insight Venture Partners invested $84 million in Checkmarx. The Israeli software security company announced yesterday that the money will be used on global expansion and  product innovation.

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StartUp Health is raising $30M in new funding, Aurora Health throws in the first $5M

Enterprise security company BitSight closed a $23 million round of series B financing led by new investor Comcast Ventures (under managing director David Zilberman), and previous investors Globespan Capital Partners, Menlo Ventures, and Commonwealth Capital Ventures.

BitSight announced yesterday that it has raised a total of $49 million and it will use the funds from its latest round to “expand engineering and data science teams to accelerate the company’s new data analytics products.”

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Redis Labs snags $15M to boost product sales

Redis Labs, a company that provides cloud-based NoSQL softwares for enterprises, announced yesterday that it took in a $15 million series B round led by Bain Capital Ventures and Carmel Ventures. The company said it has raised a total of $28 million in funding to date and that the funds from this round will help to boost sales of its “hybrid database offering.”

Based on the company, Redis Labs’ cloud has a 116 percent increase in new paying customers over the past year.

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Wildflower Health takes $5M to expand employer-based maternity management app

San Francisco-based Wildflower Health‘s Due Date Plus app helps the pregnant woman and her family stay on top of health care milestones, important doctor visits, and insurance benefits as the big day approaches.

The company has now announced a new $5 million venture capital investment, with Easton Capital and Hatteras Venture Partners leading the round with existing investors Cambia Health Solutions and HealthTech Capital throwing in as well.

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Bento raised $1.5M to cease your Asian food crave

On-demand Asian food service Bento announced yesterday that it raised $1.5 million in seed funding from Jason Calacanis’ Launch Fund, Slow Ventures, and 500 mobile collectives among other investors. The San Francisco-based company plans to extend its service to other cities with the funds of this round.

“The ‘Uber of…’ is a common theme today,” said Calacanis, whose inaugural LAUNCH Incubator class included Bento. “I think perhaps the next biggest entry into the space will be food, and I’ve placed a bet on one of them: Bento.”

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