CopperEgg has announced that it has secured $2 million in Series A funding and launched RevealCloud, a SaaS-based performance monitoring solution that helps companies accelerate the delivery of applications and services across public and private clouds.
RevealCloud is the latest addition to CopperEgg’s suite of real-time performance monitoring solutions, including RevealStorage, launched earlier this year to help IT organizations optimize the efficiency of critical datacenter resources.
Silverton Partners led the first-round investment in the company, which includes the appointments of Kip McClanahan and Morgan Flager to CopperEgg’s board of directors.
The company is led by software industry veteran CEO Scott Johnson, founder of Thomas-Conrad Corporation (acquired by Compaq Computer in 1995) and Surgient Networks (acquired by Quest Software in 2010).
RevealCloud provides split-second monitoring of the operating and performance metrics of cloud instances that support critical application services, enabling customers to accelerate time to market during the development phase, optimize deployments as they learn customer usage patterns, and identify early warning signals of service degradation.
RevealCloud standard edition is available for free install. Advanced features will be available on a tiered-pricing basis for a monthly subscription.