Bugsnag, an automated error monitoring platform for software developers, has revealed it raised a $9 million series B round last year, with GV (formerly Google Ventures) joining existing investors including Benchmark Capital and Matrix Partners.
The series B round, which closed in February 2017, was in addition to the $8.6 million it raised across two previous rounds — a $1.4 million seed round in 2013, followed by a $7.2 million round two years later.
Founded out of San Francisco in 2012, Bugsnag’s platform enables developer teams to automatically detect bugs in code, while allowing them to prioritize fixes by importance — the idea here is that you’ll never be able to fix every single bug, so it’s best to focus on the ones that matter most.
The platform also helps to surface key information such as which version of an A/B test caused the least number of crashes in a given time frame, or which error paid subscribers…
Latest posts by Peter Bordes (see all)
- LibSSH Vuln: You Don’t Need to See my Authentication - October 18, 2018
- Hacking When It Counts: Setting Sail in a Submarine - October 18, 2018
- Balancing Robots From Off-The-Shelf Parts - October 18, 2018
More from Around the Web