The 10 Hottest Kubernetes Startups Of 2023 (So Far)
Joseph F. Kovar
CRN reveals 10 Kubernetes startups looking to stand out in this key slice of a container management that market research firm Absolute Reports said is growing by over 20 percent annually and could reach $6.1 billion by 2028.
CEO: Natan Yellin
Headquarters: Tel Aviv, Israel
Technology from Robusta lets users see all their clusters and alerts in a single console, and gives them the ability to group similar issues to reduce alert fatigue. The technology drills down to the pod level to provide information on metrics, logs, and events. Robusta provides alerts when something is wrong, as well as details about why there is an issue, or it can interface with alerts from other applications. It can also correlate failures with configuration changes. The company claims it can set up Kubernetes monitoring in under an hour, and can analyze historical Kubernetes usage to reduce over-provisioning.
Robusta was founded in 2021.