Company's platform for hybrid IT operations management and AIOps recognized for accelerated market growth.
OpsRamp the service-centric AIOps platform for the modern, hybrid enterprise, has been named a “Hot Startup to Watch” in Startup50’s Big50 2018-19 Startup Report. The Big50 2018-19 Startup Report spotlights 50 high-upside startups that have gained a foothold in fast-growth tech sectors. In all, more than 250 startups were considered for the Big50 2018-19.
Each year, Startup50 features companies that are poised to upend the status quo in a range of industries, from next-gen cybersecurity to Software-Defined Networking to the Internet of Things. Startups featured in the 2018-19 report have collectively raised nearly $3 billion in total VC funding. Five startups in the Big50 2018-19 are backed by more than $100 million.
OpsRamp is the digital operations management platform for modern IT teams looking for visibility, context, intelligence, and optimization of complex environments. It combines auto-discovery of hybrid IT resources, infrastructure monitoring and management, and incident response powered by OpsQ, the intelligent event management engine. With OpsQ, IT operations teams can analyze event streams in real-time, extract meaningful insights for continuous improvement, and reduce downtime with proactive detection and automated resolution. OpsRamp’s enterprise customer base includes global companies like Epsilon, Wolters Kluwer, and Dolby, and a broad set of cloud and managed service providers including GreenPages, NetEnrich, and NTT Data.
Jeff Vance founded Startup50 in 2013 as a site that would focus exclusively on hot technology startups. The competition focuses on companies solving real-world, business-critical issues, and has historically included companies like Square, Cloudera, Elastic, Square, Pivotal Software, and Zscaler. “The startups in this lineup are in a good position to follow in the footsteps of recent Big50 alumni, several of which have already gone on to raise massive rounds of funding, followed by successful exits, whether through IPOs or high-dollar acquisitions,” added Vance.
“It’s an honor to be recognized as a hot startup to watch,” said Darren Cunningham, Vice President of Marketing for OpsRamp. “From day one, OpsRamp has focused on delivering a unified SaaS platform that allows modern IT operations teams to prevent problems before they occur, automate routine tasks, and eliminate redundant point tools. Our service-centric AIOps platform allows our customers and partners to deliver intelligent incident management using analytical machine learning models and automated remediation to handle today’s increasingly hybrid, distributed, and multi-cloud environments.”
About Startup50.com and the Big50 2018-19
Jeff Vance founded Startup50 in 2013 to establish a site that would evaluate, test, and track hot technology startups. Prior to founding Startup50, Jeff regularly contributed features stories to Forbes.com, Network World, CIO, Wired, and many others. He also founded and still runs Sandstorm Media, a content marketing consultancy, in 2003.
The Big50 is Jeff’s yearly roundup of the hottest 50 tech startups to watch. To be featured in the Big50, startups must go through Startup50’s rigorous vetting process. The startups in this year’s report represent the technologies, market sectors, and trends that are poised to upend the economic status quo in the coming year and beyond. Read about them at www.startup50.com.
OpsRamp enables IT teams to control the chaos of managing their hybrid IT operations and act like a service provider back to the business. Built in the cloud, the OpsRamp service-centric AIOps platform drives total visibility across hybrid infrastructures, offers complete multi-cloud infrastructure monitoring and management of business-critical services, and optimizes services through automation and integration with ITSM and DevOps tools. Now enterprise IT can deliver IT operations as a service and power a digital operations command center that’s built for the challenges of modern, hybrid infrastructure.