Digma Raises $6M in Funding 


Digma, a Santa Clara, CA-based provider of a continuous feedback platform for developers to analyze code, raised $6M in funding.

The round was led by at.inc/ and Sorenson Ventures. Other investors included Abstraction Capital, Inner Loop Capital, and Hetz Ventures, as well as angel investors including Guy Podjarny, Tom Preston-Werner, and Chris Bach.

The company intends to use the funds to expand operations and its business reach.

Founded in 2022 by Nir Shafrir, CEO, and Roni Dover, CTO, Digma provides a continuous feedback platform designed to address gaps in the development lifecycle. Using evidence-based methods and delivering key observability insights, it enables developers to continuously analyze their code at runtime to identify issues and regressions, preventing bad code from making it to production, including GenAI-generated code. 

An emerging category in software development, Continuous Feedback completes CI/CD platforms as well as testing and validation tools, in the face of growing GenAI usage, legacy libraries, and increasingly distributed systems. The Digma platform is built on the latest observability technologies such as OpenTelmetry and relies on Machine Learning processes to analyze the code runtime data and automatically suggest improvements. 

Running locally on developer’s machines, the system integrates code insights into Integrated Development Environments (IDE) and dev tools so that they can be applied in real time.