The Funded: 10 Bay Area companies disclose $220M in funding at midweek

Ten Bay Area companies disclosed that they raised a total of about $220 million in new funding at midweek.

Here are the details.

•  Honor Technology Inc., San Francisco, $50 million: Naspers Ventures led the Series C round for this home care company. Read more here.

•  CareZone Inc., San Francisco, $50 million: New Enterprise Associates led the Series D round for this provider of a smartphone service for managing chronic health conditions. Other investors include McKesson Ventures, Obvious Ventures, Catamount and Salesforce.com CEO Marc Benioff.

•  SignalFx Inc., San Mateo, $45 million: General Catalyst led the Series D round for this company that helps businesses solve the challenges they face in operating modern infrastructure technologies. It was joined by earlier investors Andreessen Horowitz and CRV. Read more here.

•  Valimail Inc., San Francisco, $25 million: Tenaya Capital led the Series B funding of this developer of an email trust platform aimed at stopping fraud, brand abuse and data theft. It was joined by earlier backers Shasta Ventures, Flybridge Capital Partners and Bloomberg Beta.

•  Sentry Inc., San Francisco, $16 million: New Enterprise Associates and Accel Partners led the Series B round for this developer of an open-source, real-time platform that developers can use to proactively detect and resolve errors in their applications.

•  Okera Inc., San Francisco, $12 million: Bessemer Venture Partners led the Series A round for this startup that aims to simplify data governance within companies. It was joined by earlier investors Felicis Ventures and Capital One Growth Ventures. 

•  RenovoRx Inc., Los Altos, $10 million: This developer of catheter-based treatments for pancreatic cancer, raised new funding in a round led by Boston Scientific and joined by Btov Partners and return backers like Astia Angels and Golden Seeds.

• Luma Health Inc., San Francisco, $6.33 million: U.S. Venture Partners led the Series A round for this developer of a platform that connects patients with healthcare providers. It was joined by investors including the Stanford-StartX Fund.

•  Cloudtenna Inc., Sunnyvale, $4 million: Blazar Ventures led a seed round of funding for this enterprise file search startup that was featured in The Pitch two years ago. The round included a strategic investment from Citrix Systems Inc.

• Parabola Labs Inc., San Francisco, $2.2 million: Matrix Partners led the seed round for this process automation platform provider. It was joined by AngelPad, Merus Capital, Abstract Ventures and individual investors, including Alex Kvamme and Mike Hennessey.