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Sumo Logic to acquire Portland open source cloud monitoring startup Sensu

Cloud administration and monitoring firm Sumo Logic announced that it plans to amass Sensu, a Portland, Ore. startup that provides open supply monitoring instruments.

Initially an open supply software program challenge often known as Heavy Water, Sensu had raised $12.5 million to this point from Foundry Group, Battery Ventures, Matt Shobe, and Dharmesh Thakker, in accordance with PitchBook.

Sensu CEO Caleb Hailey and co-founder Sean Porter initially got here up with the concept for Sensu whereas engaged on an inside challenge to switch an ageing Nagios set up for cloud data archiving firm Sonian.

Phrases of the deal weren’t disclosed. Redwood Metropolis, Calif.-based Sumo Logic went public final yr. Its full yr fiscal 2021 income was up 31% to $202.6 million.

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