IOPIPE UNVEILS IOPIPE 1.0 FOR SERVERLESS APPS.
IOpipe today announced IOpipe 1.0, the first application operations platform purpose built for serverless applications. IOpipe enables developers to write code faster while giving operators peace of mind when running serverless applications in production. This works at scale; early customers using IOpipe have already processed over a billion events.
Investors Madrona Venture Group, NEA, Underscore VC, and others funded a $2.5 million seed round to enable the team to fuel product and customer growth. IOpipe also achieved Amazon Web Services (AWS) Advanced Tier status within the AWS Partner Network (APN).
The cloud native generation of developers is changing how applications are built, deployed and run. This new approach requires a new set of tools and that is what we have built with IOpipe, said Adam Johnson, co-founder and CEO of IOpipe. By working with AWS, we enable developers to look deeply inside AWS Lambda functions to analyze what is working and what is slowing you down.
Serverless computing enables developers to focus on the creation of applications rather than the infrastructure they run on but this can lead to performance issues as applications get more complex and rely on third party services. IOpipe provides realtime telemetry, tracing, profiling, alerts, logs and errors across all their functions allowing developers to move quickly to develop, debug and ship their serverless code. By providing developers and operators the ability to debug applications across dev, staging and production environments, IOpipe provides a much needed service for this new paradigm in computing.
Serverless computing is enabling companies to get new applications to market faster with significantly lower infrastructure costs. Since AWS Lambda eliminates server management, developers can focus on writing code and developing new features. With IOpipe, it's now even easier for serverless application developers to monitor and troubleshoot their AWS Lambda functions, said Tim Wagner, General Manager for AWS Serverless Compute, Amazon Web Services, Inc.
We have seen an explosion of cloud native awareness from IT groups in the largest companies to startups and it's clear that this is the next wave of application development. The team at IOpipe has built a much needed toolset that customers love and we are excited to back Adam, Erica and their team, said Matt McIlwain, managing director, Madrona Venture Group.
IOpipe was founded in 2015 to create a new toolset for cloud native developers and operators. Founded by Adam Johnson and Erica Windisch, the company has received $2.5 million in funding and was in the NYC 2016 TechStars class. The company is headquartered in Seattle, with members working remotely across the US.
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