InsightFinder is a North Carolina based startup firm which is searching for bringing a machine learning to the system monitoring so that it easily be automated to fix and identify the common issues. Today, the firm has announced an amount of $2 million in the seed round.
The IDEA Fund Partners led the round with the participation of 8 Roads Ventures as well as Acadia Woods Partners. The company was first founded by the professor of North Carolina State University named Helen Gu who had spent around 15 years in researching this problem before starting the starting in the year of 2015. Helen Gu also had announced that she had also brought on the former Distil Networks co-founder as well as CEO Rami Essaid to become the chief operating officer. Rami Essaid sold his company earlier of 2019 and says that his newer company in focusing more on taking the proactive approach to the application as well as infrastructure monitoring.
He said that they had found those problems occurring several times, and the signals were there as well. They used the artificial intelligence (AI) to thin and to get out in advance of those issues. He added that that was about using the technology to become proactive and today the software also is able to prevent half of the issues before they become a threat as a problem. If anyone is thinking that it sounds like the things done by Splunk, Datadog and New Relic, then he/she wouldn’t be so wrong.