$15M Series A funding was provided to Sedai, an atonomous cloud management company based in San Francisco, CA.
The round, which brings the total funding to $18.8m, was led by Norwest Venture Partners with participation from Sierra Ventures and Uncorrelated Ventures.
The company intends to use the funds to accelerate its growth with the opening of an engineering center in Kerala, India to increase support for all cloud platforms and broaden its ecosystem.
Sedai is led by Suresh Matthewew. It provides an autonomous platform for continuous application management that automatically detects and addresses any potential problems in production, increasing performance, and managing cloud costs.
Every organization can access an independent cloud management system through the system. Site reliability engineers (SREs) can connect Sedai to their cloud in minutes, and the platform automatically discovers resources and intelligently analyzes traffic and performance metrics. Sedai then continuously manages production environments with proactive actions—without manual thresholds or human intervention.
Its machine-learning model detects symptoms quickly and helps to prevent problems. It is context-aware and can run safely in production. This will allow it to improve the overall experience.