Loggly, the log-management startup that helps companies find problems in their applications, is set to announce a $15 million in a series C funding round, which brings the company’s total investment to $33.4 million. The startup operates in the competitive log management space alongside Splunk and SumoLogic. Harmony Partners acted as lead investor of this funding round along with previous investors Matrix Partners, Trinity Ventures, Cisco, Data Collective and True Ventures (Disclosure: True Ventures is also an investor in Gigaom).
A new product code-named Rubicon aims to answer developers’ rapid-fire queries about all aspects of their applications’ performance in real time, said New Relic CEO Lew Cirne.
Exclusive: Startup sees the need for New Relic-type performance management at the all-important database layer.
The goal is to automate a lot more of the actual fixing of applications to the mix with the AppDynamics 3.7 release, says CEO Jyoti Bansal.
Cedexis Radar gives an outside-in look at cloud performance, and now Fusion — which works with New Relic and AppDynamics — can provide an inside-out view of what’s happening in applications and servers.
With $50 million in new venture funding, AppDynamics, an application performance management software provider, wants to expand its international footprint.
AppDynamics netted $20 million in new Series C funding led by Kleiners Perkins Caufield & Byers, a new investor. Existing backers Greylock Partners and Lightspeed Venture Partners also participated in this round which will help fund the company’s application performance management offering.