Datadog finds serverless computing is going mainstream
A new report from Datadog has found that serverless computing could be entering the mainstream with over half of all organizations using serverless on one of the three major clouds – Amazon, Microso
Coralogix streams $142M into its coffers to expand its production analytics into a full-stack observability platform
We’ve long documented the challenges that DevOps and operations teams in specific areas like security face these days when it comes to data observability: A wide range of services across the lan
France’s Alven VC launches 6th fund with a hard cap of €350M
With a heritage that goes back to the fabled times of the year 2000 (since then it has backed 160 European teams) Paris-based early-stage fund Alven has something of a reputation to keep up. After inv
4 ways to make your engineering team more productive
Improving the efficiency of your software engineering team has many advantages, prime among which is the ability to make up for problems in other areas.
Is data observability recession-proof?
What really caught our attention is that Monte Carlo's and Cribl's deals were announced now, right in the middle of a broad startup downturn.
Lumos wants to build an app store for the enterprise
Lumos, a startup that wants to provide an end-to-end solution for enterprises to manage all of the SaaS apps their employees use, is coming out of stealth today. The company plans to take on the SaaS
Edge Delta rakes in $63M for its distributed approach to data observability
Databases are growing at an exponential rate these days, and so when it comes to real-time data observability, organizations are often fighting a losing battle if they try to run analytics or any obse
Anglo-Hungarian anti-fraud platform SEON pulls in a $94M Series B led by IVP
Last year, SEON, which has an anti-fraud platform designed to fight accounts raised a $12 million Series A. It does this by looking at a customer’s ‘digital footprint’ – especially their s
DoControl raises $30M for no-code security tools for cloud app log-ins
Cloud security is one of the big drivers among enterprises making IT investments this year, according to a recent report from Gartner, which estimated that some $4.4 trillion in IT spend overall in 20
OpsLevel raises $15M to help developers manage their microservices
OpsLevel, a startup that helps development teams organize and track their microservices in a centralized developer portal, today announced that it has raised a $15 million Series A funding round. The
Superconductive, creators of Great Expectations, nabs $40M for a commercial version of its open source data quality tool
Data quality — the practice of testing and ensuring that the data and data sets you are using are what you expect them to be — has become a key component in the world of data science. Data
Remote work and cloud adoption lands 1Password with $620M Series C, now valued at $6.8B
Password management platform 1Password has closed a massive $620 million Series C funding round that raises the company’s valuation to $6.8 billion. The investment was led by Iconiq Growth, with par
How to be one of the ‘haves’ of SaaS
The flow of capital in SaaS is becoming increasingly bifurcated. There are the "haves" (public companies with revenue growth of over 30%) and the "have nots" (everyone else) of B2B software.
Cortex raises $15M Series A to help development teams wrangle their microservices
Cortex, a startup that helps engineering teams get improved visibility into the Rube Goldberg machine that is their microservices architecture and improve their overall development practices around it
We’re still just scratching the surface of the cloud’s potential
Battery Ventures' State of the OpenCloud report provides a set of data points that pretty clearly outline the accelerated growth of cloud services in recent quarters.
Chronosphere raises $200M at a $1B+ valuation for cloud-native monitoring, adds granular, distributed tracing to its dashboard
Data observability — necessary to keep tabs on infrastructure performing as it should; to see if apps are returning errors; and to ensure that critical business data is getting to where it needs
Inside GitLab’s IPO filing
While the technology and business world worked towards the weekend, DevOps firm GitLab filed to go public. So we need to pause, digest the company's S-1 filing, and come to some early conclusions.
Cribl raises $200M to help enterprises do more with their data
Cribl is developing unified data pipelines, called “observability pipelines,” to parse and route any type of data that flows through a corporate IT system.
Edge Delta raises $15M Series A to take on Splunk
Seattle-based Edge Delta, a startup that is building a modern distributed monitoring stack that is competing directly with industry heavyweights like Splunk, New Relic and Datadog, today announced tha
Vantage raises $4M to help businesses understand their AWS costs
Vantage, a service that helps businesses analyze and reduce their AWS costs, today announced that it has raised a $4 million seed round led by Andreessen Horowitz. A number of angel investors, includi