Grafana Labs has developed a performance monitoring platform intended to help organizations achieve their monitoring, visualization, and observability objectives. The platform from Grafana Labs merges the easy-to-use and scalable features of a software as a service offering with the benefits of open-source software, bringing together data from different sources. This allows organizations to manage their unified monitoring effectively, avoid being tied to one vendor, and prevent the escalating costs associated with closed systems.
Lead Edge Capital, The General Partnership, GIC (Singapore), Crew Capital, Tiptana, NY Technology Capital Partners, Rohit Gandhi, K5 Global, David Wadler, Sweat Equity Ventures, Garrett Miller, JP Morgan Asset Management, Human Capital Development.
Grafana plans to integrate Pyroscope with its Phlare continuous observability database, with the merged service now called Grafana Pyroscope
To help organizations control rising observability metrics costs, Grafana Cloud offers the Adaptive Metrics feature to leverage usage insights and eliminate unused time series data
This capability can help reduce storage costs in addition to enhancing the dashboard Grafana provides to make it simpler to track metrics usage
Grafana Labs today announced that it has raised a $240 million Series D round led by GIC.
Grafana Labs is replacing Apache 2-licensed Cortex with Mimir, which is broader in scope and licensed under the more restrictive AGPLv3.
Software maker Grafana Labs is in talks to raise new funding at a valuation of at least $5 billion, a steep increase from the $3 billion it reached seven months ago.