Epsagon, a Tel Aviv, Israel-based provider of automated end-to-end performance monitoring technology for serverless architectures, completed a $4.1m seed funding round.
The round was led by Lightspeed Venture Partners, StageOne Ventures and Ariel Maislos.
The capital will be used to expand R&D efforts as well as build out marketing and sales units.
Founded in 2017 by veterans of the Israel Defense Forces’ cyber intelligence unit, Epsagon has built an AI-powered performance monitoring platform for serverless architectures that can predict performance issues before they occur, allowing any company – from SMBs to large enterprises – to eliminate downtime by proactively identifying and flagging potential problems.
Epsagon’s AI technology can understand where the trouble spots are located, providing customers with visibility into their systems, enabling them to understand how different events are connected as well as the ability to quickly troubleshoot, and eliminate, issues.
Nitzan Shapira is CEO of Epsagon.