Metrist, a Portland-based startup designed to observe the reliability of cloud companies and merchandise from Amazon Internet Providers, Microsoft’s Azure and others, launched on Tuesday with $5.5 million in funding.
The corporate was co-founded by CEO Jeff Martens and CTO Ryan Duffield, whose expertise in DevOps traces again to roles at PagerDuty, New Relic, Netdata, and Server Density.
Metrist says most digital companies use greater than 100 cloud dependencies to energy their merchandise and companies. The startup says its tech provides organizations real-time visibility into these dependencies in order that they’ll handle outages extra successfully.
The aim is to maintain companies from having to show to social media or websites equivalent to Downdetector for info, and to get rid of wait instances whereas distributors replace standing pages.
Duffield stated in a weblog submit Tuesday that Metrist “makes use of end-to-end practical testing and in-app monitoring to create unmatched visibility.” The corporate’s dashboard permits customers to see statuses, efficiency and reliability of any and all of their cloud distributors in a single place.
Buyers within the seed spherical embrace Heavybit, Morado, PagerDuty co-founder Alex Solomon, and StatusPage.io co-founders Scott Klein and Steve Klein.
Metrist employs a distributed staff of 12 full-time workers.