Chronosphere has developed an expandable cloud-native monitoring instrument that aims to remove the cognitive burden of supervising infrastructure and managing data locality. Chronosphere's tool inspects the well-being of infrastructure, applications, and business in a unified platform and addresses intricate problems by tracing them across various layers of the stack. This allows businesses to function dependably on a larger scale and make accurate, data-driven decisions.
Spark Capital, Greylock, Jigsaw Ventures, The General Partnership, Glynn Capital, Addition, Thursday Ventures, Lee Fixel, Geodesic Capital, Anti Fund, Cardinia Ventures, Lux Capital, GV, Alphabet.
In this episode of The New Stack Makers, Chronosphere's co-founder tells why the company donated PromLens, a query-building tool, to the Prometheus project.
Chronosphere, a startup that helps companies monitor their cloud-based applications and competes with publicly traded Datadog, has raised $100 million in funding from Alphabet's startup-investment arm, GV, and other investors
The market for cloud native observability tools remains hot. As with so many new technologies, containerization solved a fair number of problems but also introduced its share of new ones, including a lot of added complexity that is, in part, driven by the
Chronosphere, which offers a cloud-native observability platform, today raised an additional $115 million in series C funding.