Epsagon scores $16M Series A to monitor modern development environments

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Epsagon, an Israeli startup that desires to assist monitor modern development environments like serverless and containers, introduced a $16 million Series A immediately.

U.S. Venture Partners (USVP), a brand new investor led the spherical. Previous buyers Lightspeed Venture Partners and StageOne Ventures additionally participated. Today’s funding brings the whole raised to $20 million, in accordance to the corporate.

CEO and co-founder Nitzan Shapira says that the corporate has been increasing its product choices within the final yr to cowl not simply its serverless roots, but in addition giving deeper insights into quite a few types of modern development.

“So we spoke around May when we launched our platform for microservices in the cloud products, and that includes containers, serverless and really any kind of workload to build microservices apps. Since then we have had a few several significant announcements,” Shapira informed TechCrunch.

For starters, the corporate introduced assist or tracing and metrics for Kubernetes workloads together with native Kubernetes together with managed Kubernetes providers like AWS EKS and Google GKE. “A few months ago, we announced our Kubernetes integration. So, if you’re running any Kubernetes workload, you can integrate with Epsagon in one click, and from there you get all the metrics out of the box, then you can set up a tracing in a matter of minutes. So that opens up a very big number of use cases for us,” he stated.

The firm additionally introduced assist for AWS AppSync, a no-code programming software on the Amazon cloud platform. “We are the only provider today to introduce tracing for AppSync and that’s [an area] where people really struggle with the monitoring and troubleshooting of it,” he stated.

The firm hopes to use the cash from immediately’s funding to increase the product providing additional with assist for Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform within the coming yr. He additionally needs to increase the automation of some duties which have to be manually configured immediately.

“Our intention is to make the product as automated as possible, so the user will get an amazing experience in a matter of minutes including advanced monitoring, identifying different problems and troubleshooting,” he stated

Shapira says the corporate has round 25 staff immediately, and plans to double headcount within the subsequent yr.