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LightStep emerges from stealth with a tool for application performance monitoring

 LightStep, a company which has developed a new tool for application performance management, has emerged from stealth with a $29 million dollar war chest. The company, founded by ex-Google engineer Ben Sigelman, has developed a group of software tools to track the how well applications are working across enterprises. At Google, Sigelman was responsible for the creation and operation of Dapper,… Read More...

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News Posted By: TechCrunch - Monday, 13 November