Rookout, a Tel Aviv, Israel-based data extraction and pipelining platform, raised $8m in Series A funding.
The round was led by Cisco Investments, with participation from existing backers TLV Partners, Emerge, Nat Friedman, CEO of GitHub, John Kodumal, CTO and Cofounder of LaunchDarkly, and Raymond Colletti, VP of Revenue at Codecov.
The company intends to use the funds to continue its commercial growth while expanding its core offering to cover additional observability use cases and languages.
Led by Or Weis, co-founder and CEO, Rookout is a data extraction and pipelining platform that provides software engineers with capability to collect any piece of data, from the deepest levels of live code, on demand, and deliver it anywhere, in order to understand and advance their software.
Rookout is SOC2 compliant, and is currently available in Python, Node.js, and JVM runtimes, in all environments from on-prem to serverless.
In the coming year, the company plans to add additional programming languages.
Rookout has a 20-person team and is building up its San Francisco Bay-Area office to complement the Tel Aviv -based R&D team.