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Redefining cloud-native monitoring

201-500 employees
  • B2B
  • Enterprise
  • SaaS
  • Cyber Security
  • Data Analysis
  • Cloud Computing
224 West 35th Street, New York, 10001, US

Company mission

To redefine monitoring for the cloud-native world by building the world’s most scalable, reliable and customizable monitoring platform.


Top investors

Few candidates hear
back within 2 weeks

41% employee growth in 12 months

Otta's take

Theo Margolius headshot

Theo Margolius

COO of Otta

As companies switch to cloud-native strategies, the main problem they face is how to store, keep track of and analyse data in real-time. Chronosphere offers scalable cloud monitoring services custom-built for managing cloud-native infrastructure and apps.

The company are entering a field that is on the rise, albeit crowded with both startups and leaders like Microsoft Cloud Monitoring and Amazon Cloudwatch. Chronosphere's edge likely lies in the cost efficiency of their service, and what seems a relatively transparent billing model. In addition, the founders are using Chronosphere to continue development of their open-source metrics engine M3.

This open-source product has proven a draw for both investors and customers, even when up against tech industry giants. The company's significant growth and funding efforts have resulted in a $1.6bn valuation, Chronosphere has managed to remain highly competitive in a rapidly expanding market as it further optimizes its product.


  • Stock Options
  • Medical, Dental, Vision
  • Flexible PTO
  • Training & Career Growth
  • Flexible Work Enviroment
  • Commuter Benefits
  • Free Lunches

Company values

  • No Egos
  • Enduring Camaraderie & Care
  • Trust & Transparency
  • Reliability & Responsibility
  • Nothing is Impossible

Funding (last 2 of 4 rounds)

Jan 2023



Oct 2021




Total funding

This company has top investors


After working in Software Engineering for Microsoft, Call Design, Google, and Woods Bagot, Martin served as Technical Lead for Amazon Web and Director of Pure Interactive. They then spent 4 years at Uber, before co-founding Chronosphere.

Rob worked as a Software Engineer at Microsoft and Groupon before spending 5 years at Uber as Staff Software Engineer.

Jobs (3)

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Software Engineering