Investors

Fastly is backed by the following venture capital firms: 

Amplify Partners (http://www.amplifypartners.com/)
Amplify Partners is an early-stage venture capital fund. We back technical entrepreneurs pursuing the multi-hundred-billion dollar disruption we refer to as Infrastructure 2.0. That’s it. We don’t work with consumer internet or cleantech companies. We aren’t casual angel investors, and we certainly aren’t a growth equity firm.

August Capital (http://www.augustcap.com/)
August Capital was founded in 1995 by Dave Marquardt and John Johnston. Seasoned veterans of the venture capital industry, Marquardt and Johnston formed August Capital to invest in companies differentiated by technical innovation and entrepreneurial excellence. Today, August Capital's eight investment professionals -- Marquardt, Johnston, Andy Rappaport, David Hornik, Vivek Mehra, Howard Hartenbaum, Eric Carlborg and Tripp Jones-- have more than a century of combined venture and operational experience. Together they manage $1.3 billion and have invested in more than 75 companies across the technology spectrum. 

Battery Ventures (https://www.battery.com/our-companies/)
We are a global, technology-focused investment firm pursuing the most promising companies and ideas. Founded in 1983, our firm makes venture-capital and private equity investments from offices in Boston, Silicon Valley and Israel. We work hard, but humbly, and are guided by data-driven processes. We seek out extraordinary businesses and leaders who operate the same way.

Iconiq Capital (http://iconiqcapital.com/)
Iconiq Capital is a global multi-family office, operating as an independent SEC Registered Investment Advisor.

IDG Ventures USA (http://www.idgvusa.com/)
IDG Ventures USA is an independent, early-stage venture capital firm that invests in consumer internet and enterprise companies. Through their strategic relationship with IDG, they connect companies with over 240 million technology buyers.

O’Reilly AlphaTech Ventures (http://oatv.com/)
O'Reilly AlphaTech Ventures (OATV) is in the business of funding disruptors, innovators, and hackers of the status quo. From open source to the early days of the web and its recent resurgence, O'Reilly Media has played a key role as trend spotter and advocate for putting world-changing technologies on the map. OATV is our effort to bring the legacy, resources, and relationships of O'Reilly to each investment we make.