Stratoscale was a software company offering software-defined data center technology, with hyper-converged infrastructure and cloud computing capabilities.[1][2][3] Stratoscale combined compute, storage, and networking hardware with no additional third party software.[4][5] Stratoscale has shut down with no details for the future of its products.

Data center software solution provider with hyperconverged infrastructure
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Type Private
Industry Cloud
Founded 2013
Founder Ariel Maislos



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Stratoscale was founded in 2013 by Ariel Maislos.[6][7][8] Stratoscale is headquartered in Israel[9] with offices in Herzliya and Haifa, and offices in North America in Sunnyvale, California, Boston, Massachusetts, and New York City, New York.[10] Stratoscale announced Stratoscale Symphony, in December 2015, selling through channel partners.[11][12]

Stratoscale raised $70 million from Battery Ventures, Bessemer Venture Partners, Intel Capital, Cisco,[13]Leslie Ventures, Qualcomm Ventures, and SanDisk.[1][14][15][16][17]

The company shut down at the end of 2019 due to lack of funding.[18]

Stratoscale Symphony was marketed for software-defined data centers or hyper-converged infrastructure.[19][20] The software was intended to work on customers’ hardware.[21][22] Stratoscale Symphony was available on subscription basis.[23][24] The Symphony suite could be deployed on commodity x86servers to provide an Amazon Web Services (AWS) capability with the capacity to augment legacy VMware.[25][26][27] In 2016, Stratoscale released Symphony 3.[28][29]

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