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Software integration technology producer Mulesoft invested an undisclosed sum in Docker, the US-based creator of a distributed application management platform, yesterday in connection with a partnership agreement. The capital likely came as part of a $192m round Docker is raising, which had reached $92m as of last month according to a securities filing. Its investors include Goldman Sachs, AME Cloud Ventures, Benchmark, Coatue Management and Greylock Partners and it was reportedly valued at $1.3bn as of 2017.

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Robert Lavine

Robert Lavine is special features editor for Global Venturing.