Komodor automates Kubernetes troubleshooting for faster code updates
The good news about Kubernetes and microservices is that they allow enterprises to deploy updates and new features faster and at higher volumes. Tel Aviv-based Komodor launched 18 months ago to streamline and automate that troubleshooting process. By centralizing data about all updates and changes, the platform allows DevOps to pinpoint and repair an issue in a fraction of the time. “There are two things that we realized that are happening at once,” said Ben Ofiri, CEO and cofounder of Komodor. That includes data from all deploys, configuration changes, past incidents, and data from any third-party services integrated into the enterprise.