Komodor is a Kubernetes-native platform that empowers developers and on-call teams to troubleshoot efficiently and independently.
Komodor takes the complexity out of K8s troubleshooting, providing the insights you need to troubleshoot with confidence.
Komodor was founded in 2020 by Ben Ofiri and Itiel Shwartz. The company is headquartered in Tel Aviv, Israel.
Komodor is the first platform to streamline Kubernetes troubleshooting by offering a unified view of all events across the entire Kubernetes stack, providing developers, operations, and on-call teams with the context and the actionable insights they need to solve issues efficiently and independently.
Komodor automatically constructs a coherent view of relevant deploys, configuration changes, dependencies, metrics, and past incidents. It also seamlessly integrates data from cloud providers, source controls, CI/CD tools, databases, underlying infrastructure, monitoring tools, and incident response platforms.
Komodor is backed by Accel, Tiger Global, NFX Capital, Felicis Ventures, Pitango First, OldSlip Group, Vine Ventures, Jason Warner CTO of GitHub, Sri Viswanath CTO of Atlassian, and others. The company raised $42M in Series B round on May 12, 2022. This brings Komodor's total funding to $67M to date.