Rollbar, a San Francisco, CA-based provider of Software as a Service real-time error monitoring platform, raised $11m in Series B funding.
The round was led by Runa Capital, with participation from Long Light Capital and Blossom Street Ventures and existing investors Cota Capital, Bain Capital, and Patagonia Capital. In conjunction with the funding, Dmitry Galperin from Runa Capital will take a board seat.
The company intends to use the funds to double its headcount across all divisions at offices in the United States, Budapest, and Barcelona, recruit for additional sales and engineering roles and improve customer experience and support.
Led by Brian Rue, CEO and Co-Founder, Rollbar provides developers with an automated error response platform platform to deploy software, identifying, prioritizing and resolving coding errors. The company works alongside a development team’s existing tool chain to give coverage and insights into broken code, across the development lifecycle. The solution offers workflow capabilities and integrates seamlessly into the modern development stack. It is used by thousands of companies, such as Salesforce, Twilio, Uber, Instacart, Twitch, and Kayak.