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).
Elasticsearch, the company behind a very popular open source suite for indexing, searching and visualizing JSON documents, has raised a $70 million series C round of venture capital. Just more than two years since being founded, the company has raised $104 million.
Boston-based startup wants to bring analysis of billions of data points to non-techies and now adds an alerting service and an AWS S3 archiving option to the mix.
VMware sees an opportunity to help customers get a hold on unstructured data to understand what’s going on with their infrastructure. Its new Log Insight software will let companies do that.
Log management startup Sumo Logic has secured a $30 million Series C funding round from Accel Partners along with existing investors Greylock Partners and Sutter Hill Ventures. The company, which competes primarily with Wall Street darling Splunk, has now raised $50.5 million since its creation.