SRE software

Updated: August 07, 2021

2021. Blameless raises $30M to guide companies through their software lifecycle



Site reliability engineering platform Blameless raised $30 million. Site reliability engineering (SRE) is an extension of DevOps designed for more complex environments. Blameless’ platform provides the context, guardrails and automated workflows so engineering teams are unified in the way they communicate and interact, especially to resolve issues quicker as they build their software systems.


2021. Rootly nabs $3.2M to build SRE incident management solution inside Slack



As companies look for ways to respond to incidents in their complex microservices-driven software stacks, SREs — site reliability engineers — are left to deal with the issues involved in making everything work and keeping the application up and running. Rootly, a new early-stage startup that wants to help by building an incident-response solution inside of Slack, has raised $3.2 million seed. The Rootly solution helps SREs connect quickly to their various tools inside Slack, whether that’s Jira or Zendesk or DataDog or PagerDuty, and it compiles an incident report in the background based on the conversation that’s happening inside of Slack around resolving the incident. That will help when the team meets for an incident post-mortem after the issue is resolved.