The San Francisco firm behind an ‘open ecosystem of data’ sees the UK as key to its European expansion.
Cribl, which has raised £145 million in Series C funding, claims to allow enterprises to vastly increase the scope – and reduce the cost – of their data analytics.
Exacerbated by the dramatic growth of remote work, security attacks, and heightened privacy and compliance requirements, companies are now collecting and storing such vast amounts of data that a new landscape of tech vendors have emerged to solve the challenges around ‘big data’.
Cribl claims that its open approach to the flow of data is at odds with its competitors, which seek to lock customers into their own expensive data stacks. Its flagship product, LogStream, is described as a ‘vendor-agnostic’ way to parse and route any type of event data that flows through corporate IT systems.