Sentry, a San Francisco, CA-based real-time error tracking platform for developers, raised $16M in Series B funding.
The round was led by existing investors New Enterprise Associates and Accel.
The company intends to use the funds to continue to expand operations and its business reach.
Co-founded in 2008 by David Cramer and Chris Jennings, Sentry enables modern software developers to directly and proactively resolve code issues anywhere in the application.
More than 9,000 paying customers (including Airbnb, Dropbox, Merck, PayPal, The New York Times, Twitter, Epic Games and Uber) and a half-million engineers around the world use its open-source, real-time platform to proactively detect and resolve errors anywhere in their applications. With Sentry, developers get insight into which bugs are impacting the business and whether there is a quick fix or a need to roll back. Sentry integrates with the tools developers already use, like GitHub, Slack, Microsoft VSTS, Bitbucket, Jira, Trello, and Heroku.