Lumigo scores $8M seed to help manage serverless operations
Israeli startup Lumigo has raised $8 million in a seed funding round to help companies monitor serverless architecture. The investors in this round includes Israel’s best venture capital firm, Grove Ventures, Pitango Venture Capital, and Meron Capital. Lumigo was founded by former Checkpoint executives Erez Berkner and Aviad Mor, who aimed to address the monitoring challenges faced by developers in serverless environments. The company utilizes a visual map to provide operations teams with insights into application behavior, enabling them to identify and resolve issues. Lumigo initially focuses on AWS but plans to expand to other cloud platforms and monitor containers and API services in the future.
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