Startup Cribl Inc., which helps organizations such as NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory find technical issues in their technology infrastructure, today announced that it has closed a $200 million funding round.
Greylock and Redpoint Ventures led the round. They were joined by publicly traded cybersecurity provider CrowdStrike Inc., IVP, Sequoia, CRV and Citi Ventures.
Organizations continuously monitor their applications, servers and other technology systems to spot technical issues. They typically use multiple tools for the task. A company might have one software tool that monitors its cloud instances, another that tracks its on-premises workloads and a third solution responsible for detecting cyberattacks. Some enterprises use an even larger number of products to help them spot issues.