IT Operations Monitoring Platform Unomaly Raises €4.6M

CEO Johan Gustafsson and CTO Göran Sandahl
CEO Johan Gustafsson and CTO Göran Sandahl
Unomaly, a Stockholm, Sweden-based IT operations monitoring platform, raised €4.6m in Series A funding.

The round was led by EQT Ventures. In conjunction with the funding, Andreas Thorstensson of EQT Ventures will join Unomaly’s board of directors.

The company, which had raised €1.9m in seed funding in 2013, intends to use the capital to further strengthen global customer operations and product development.

Founded in 2012 by CEO Johan Gustafsson and CTO Göran Sandahl, Unomaly provides a solution that automatically analyzes all the data that IT systems, applications and infrastructures produce. It leverages smart algorithms that continuously learns the normal behavior of every IT system to detect and explain virtually any IT incident – from crashes, to problems and breaches.
The company’s technology is packaged as software that customers download and install where they are running systems and applications, either in their own data centers or in the cloud. Customers configure their systems to forward data to the installation and the technology automatically and continuously learns normal behavior. All parts of an IT organization – including operations, developers and security engineers – can access to root-cause anomalies and instant notifications.
Current customers span 11 countries and include 2/4 Scandinavian banks, nuclear power plants and a broad set of Internet companies.



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