devops

  • Zenoss Raises $25 Million Series C To Automate IT

    Zenoss Raises $25 Million Series C To Automate IT

    Open source IT management and monitoring company Zenoss raised a $25 million series C lead by Summit Partners with participation from previous investors Grotech Ventures, Intersouth Partners and Boulder Ventures. This brings the company’s total funding to $45 million. Read More

  • A Peek At Facebook’s Insanely Awesome Monitoring Tool Claspin

    A Peek At Facebook’s Insanely Awesome Monitoring Tool Claspin

    Facebook engineer Sean Lynch has built a mind-blowing, custom server-monitoring tool for the company that uses heat mapping to keep tabs on a huge number of servers at a glance. Lynch is part of the cache performance team at Facebook. When things go wrong he needs to know quickly whether problems are being caused by caching or something else. Off the shelf monitoring tools just weren’t… Read More

  • BMC Doubles Down On DevOps, Acquires VaraLogix

    BMC Doubles Down On DevOps, Acquires VaraLogix

    BMC Software, perhaps best known for its Remedy line of IT management products, announced today that it will acquire VaraLogix, makers of tools that help companies automate software deployments. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. The move follows BMC’s acquisition of StreamStep and continued efforts to tap into the growing DevOps market. “DevOps” is a nebulous term… Read More

  • Twitter’s Open Source Big Data Tool Comes to the Cloud Courtesy of Nodeable

    Twitter’s Open Source Big Data Tool Comes to the Cloud Courtesy of Nodeable

    Usually when we think of a pivot, we think of a company that has decided to drop its core offering and market a different product or service. Obvious Corporation put ODEO up for sale and focused on Twitter. BRBN shuttered its location check-in service and became Instagram. But Nodeable’s pivot isn’t that sort of pivot. Read More