Chaossearch, a Boston, MA-based log search and analytics platform built for AWS S3, raised $9M in Series A funding.
The round was co-led by .406 Ventures and Glasswing Ventures, with participation from existing investor Stage 1 Ventures. In conjunction with the funding, Graham Brooks, partner at .406 Ventures, and Rudina Seseri, founder and managing partner at Glasswing Ventures, will join Chaossearch’s Board of Directors.
The company intends to use the funds to enable DevOps teams to extend their log and event data retention and usage.
Founded in 2017 as Chaos Sumo by Les Yetton, CEO, and Thomas Hazel, CTO, Chaossearch provides a cloud-native platform that enables DevOps teams to store, search, query and visualize terabytes of historic log data on their existing AWS S3 infrastructure.
The platform automates the discovery, organization and indexing of all log data types and sources. With AWS S3 and Elasticsearch API extensions, the service enables historical trend and machine learning analytics over large datasets, delivering both relational and text-based analysis through a single console with an integrated Kibana interface.
Built for teams using the ELK Stack, the platform extends the Elastic API onto S3, turning it into an ELK-compatible logging solution and opening up access to terabytes of log data with out-of-the box Kibana data visualizations.