Honeycomb Raises $11.5M in Series A Funding

Honeycomb, a San Francisco, CA-based observability provider for software engineers, raised $11.5m in Series A financing.

The round, which brings total funding to $15.5m, was led by e.ventures with participation from existing investor Storm Ventures and new investors NextWorld Capital and Merian Ventures.

The company intends to use the funds to expand sales and marketing, as well as deepen R&D activities.

Co-founded by Charity Majors, CEO, and Christine Yen, CPO, Honeycomb enables engineers to create and analyze data about the behavior of their own software, so they can instantly go from visualizing aggregate trends to pinpointing the exact shopping cart stalling on a transaction, or query starving a system, or user experiencing or causing a problem.
Users include such companies as Fender Musical Instruments Corporation, Axios, Intercom and Travis CI.



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