Lightrun, an Israel-based startup that makes it easier for developers to debug their production code, raised $4 million in seed funding for the complete continuous debugging and observability platform for production applications.
Glilot Capital Partners led the round with the participation of engineering executives from several fortune 500 firms.
The platform lets developers securely add logs, performance metrics, and traces to production and staging of live apps, on-demand, according to the company.
“We make a point of investing in technologies that transform big industries,” said Kobi Samboursky, founder and managing partner at VC Glilot Capital Partners.
“Lightrun is spearheading Continuous Debugging and Continuous Observability, picking up where CI/CD ends, turning observability into a real-time process instead of the iterative process it is today. We’re confident that this will become DevOps and development best practices, enabling I&O leaders to react faster to production issues.”
Lightrun is platform-agnostic, working on-prem, in the cloud, on containers, and on serverless code. The company has already secured paid clients with their platform catering to major enterprises and Fortune 500s.
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