Lightrun announces $4 million raised in seed round funding
The Israeli company’s software allows programmers to make changes to running code, without having to redeploy
Hagar Ravet | 16:23 24.06.2020
Israeli production debugging startup Lightrun announced Wednesday it had completed a $4 million seed funding round led by Glilot Capital Partners and Angel investors including Benny Schneider, Zohar Gilon, Ran Sarig, Efi Cohen, Sarit Firon, Modi Rozen and Guy Guzner among others. Lightrun’s technology is used to improve companies’ development ecosystem and allows programmers to gather data on live applications and debug the code in real time, without having to redeploy a new version every time they want to add or change the code. Programmers can use Lightrun’s extension to add logs, performance metrics and traces to operating production and staging platforms, gather the data required to understand a problem, and send it to their logging system.