AWS re:Invent 2021: Here’s A Rundown Of The Biggest Partner News
Wade Tyler Millward
Accenture, Syntax and Kasten by Veeam were among the AWS partners to announce big news during AWS re:Invent.
Observability pipeline company Cribl received AWS’ “rising star partner of the year” award for ISVs for its work in migrating customers to AWS while keeping fidelity data in the cloud and connecting disparate data streams. According to Cribl.
Cribl also achieved the newly available AWS Graviton Ready designation, meaning Cribl has a product that integrates with the AWS Graviton processor, according to Cribl.
Earlier this year, Cribl raised $200 million in Series C funding to expand its go-to-market efforts. Greylock and Redpoint Ventures led the round, joined by new investor IVP and existing investors Sequoia and CRV, and included strategic investments from Citi Ventures and cybersecurity tech developer CrowdStrike.
Cribl also announced the LogStream Cloud Enterprise Edition cloud service for securely managing globally distributed observability data pipelines.