Chronosphere, the company redefining monitoring for the cloud-native world, today announced record momentum as it heads into Q4 2021.
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Today, there are many who define observability as a collection of data types — the three pillars: logs, metrics, and distributed traces. Rather than focusing on the outcome, this siloed approach to observability is overly focused on technical instrumentation and underlying data formats.
Martin Mao discusses cloud-native monitoring and the observability landscape with Gordon Haff on the Connections podcast.
Rob Skillington joins host Tobias Macey to talk about Chronosphere, a scalable, reliable and customizable monitoring-as-a-service purpose built for cloud-native applications.
Intellyx gives an update on Chronosphere’s cloud-native monitoring offering for organizations that have outgrown Prometheus for Kubernetes
In little over a year Chronosphere has really taken off. With product in GA and a large new round of financing, they are poised for liftoff. We catch up with CEO Martin Mao to find out details on what’s behind the rapid rise of the cloud-native monitoring company.
Chronosphere announced a $43.4 million Series B today. The company also announced that their service was generally available starting today.
Chronosphere Releases First Monitoring Product Purpose-Built for Cloud-Native, Raises $43.4 Million in Funding.
Lux is leading Chronosphere’s $43.4 million Series B round alongside existing investors.