NodeSource, a corporate software development toolkit for the node.js programming language, has raised $3 million in seed financing.
Money for the round came from Crosslink Capital and Resolute Ventures and it’s yet another sign that distributed architectures are becoming de rigueur for businesses.
There’s a lot of money in the toolkit banana stand, with big data applications all the rage and folks like Cloudera and others raising well over a billion dollars for hadoop-based toolkits.
NodeSource’s products also speak to the same need to develop ways for programmers to take advantage of scalable, service-oriented architectures.
The company already has a roster of clients like Uber, PayPal, Fitbit and Netflix.
According to a statement, NodeSource will…
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