Following recent announcements about a new relationship with IBM and expanded service offerings, LogDNA, provider of a multi-cloud log management system, announced it has closed a $25 million Series B investment. The investment round was led by the venture firm Emergence Capital with participation from Initialized Capital, Y Combinator Continuity Growth, and Providence Equity.
LogDNA is a provider of log management applications that provide deep insight into development and production environments. With customers such as IBM, Instacart, and Lime, LogDNA’s multi-cloud solution and flexible deployment options enable teams to ingest, aggregate, and view all of their log data regardless of data residency and infrastructure.
IBM recently announced that LogDNA will be its default logging provider for IBM Cloud customers. LogDNA also announced additional service offerings to support customers who also wish to host their products in their own hosting environments.
According to LogDNA, its software can begin collecting and analyzing logs from AWS, Docker, Heroku, Elastic, and more in under 2 minutes with little onboarding time required. The company says that the flexibility of LogDNA also means it is readily deployable in self-hosted, cloud and multi-cloud environments, and the system can send logs via Syslog, Code library, or agent, and logs in Kubernetes can start flowing with just two kubectl commands
The evolution of microservices and Kubernetes has led to an inflection point where one size does not fit all when it comes to application insights, said LogDNA co-founder and CEO Chris Nguyen. “We have seen a shift to multi-cloud environments with data residing across multiple different infrastructures and regions.” He added that LogDNA has a suite of modern offerings that is already resonating with its more than 2000 customers.
Learn more about LogDNA at https://logdna.com.