Company Information

    Honeycomb was founded on January 2016. The company is based in San Francisco, CA, USA . The number of employees in Honeycomb is less than 50. Honeycomb is a power tool for complex/distributed systems, microservices and databases. dive into your data and find unknown-unknowns today.

    Here is how Honeycomb describes itself: "Honeycomb Observability is for modern Engineering and DevOps to observe, debug, and improve production systems efficiently."
      If you are the founder or part of the founding team, please tell the world your story


          Funding & investors

          Honeycomb has received 5 rounds of venture funding. The total funding amount is around $46.9M. Last venture funding round was $20M, announced on February, 2021.

            Similar Companies [beta]

              Venture Categories

                Active Venture Investors




                  Venture Competitors

                    News

                        Honeycomb - Blog

                          • OpenTelemetry Browser Instrumentation

                          • One of the most common questions we get at Honeycomb is “What insights can you get in the browser?” Browser-based code has become orders of magnitude more complex than it used to be. There...The post OpenTelemetry Browser Instrumentation appeared first on Honeycomb.
                          • Ask Miss O11y: Mapping Out Your Observability Journey

                          • Dear Miss O11y: It feels so overwhelming to get started with observability. I want to use Honeycomb, but it feels like I can’t justify spending the time and money without having proof of how...The post Ask Miss O11y: Mapping Out Your Observability Journey appeared first on Honeycomb.
                          • Ask Miss O11y: I Don’t Want to Be On Call Anymore. Am I a Monster?

                          • “Can a subject matter expert ever step down?” Have you written anything about how to solve the ‘nobody wants to be on-call as a subject matter expert to support people handling incidents’ problem? My best idea...The post Ask Miss O11y: I Don’t Want to Be On Call Anymore. Am I a Monster? appeared first on Honeycomb.
                          • Incident Resolution: Do You Remember, the Twenty Fires of September?

                          • From September to early October, Honeycomb declared five public incidents. Internally, the whole month was part of a broader operational burden, where over 20 different issues interrupted normal work. A fraction of them had...The post Incident Resolution: Do You Remember, the Twenty Fires of September? appeared first on Honeycomb.
                          • Game Launches Should Be Exciting for Your Players, Not for Your LiveOps Team

                          • This blog was co-authored by Amy Davis.  The moment of launching something new at a game studio (titles, experiences, features, subscriptions) is a blockbuster moment that hangs in the balance. The architecture—distributed and complex,...The post Game Launches Should Be Exciting for Your Players, Not for Your LiveOps Team appeared first on Honeycomb.
                          • How Secure Tenancy Keeps Your Secrets Secret

                          • The best way to be sure that you keep a secret is not to know it in the first place.  Managing secrets is a notoriously difficult engineering problem. Across our industry, secrets are stored...The post How Secure Tenancy Keeps Your Secrets Secret appeared first on Honeycomb.

                          Share:     facebook    twitter    linkedin    reddit    email

                            Ventures Media is one of the largest startup and venture capital communities for startup and venture capital funding information and analysis.

                            Leave a Reply

                            Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *