Nobl9, a Boston, MA-based software reliability platform company, secured $21m in Series B funding.
The round was led by Battery Ventures and CRV with participation from Bonfire Ventures and Resolute Ventures and new investors Harmony Partners and Sorenson Ventures.
The company intends to use the funds to fund programs focused on customer deployment success, software engineering team expansion and marketing programs.
Led by Marcin Kurc, co-founder and CEO, and Brian Singer, co-founder and chief product officer, Nobl9 also announced the general availability of its Nobl9 Service Level Objective (SLO) Platform, an operations system purpose-built to drive widespread adoption of SLOs. Users can balance infrastructure reliability with the rapid release of software enhancements, while optimizing productivity and controlling infrastructure costs. The launch comes after a successful beta program that began last year.
The company already has more than 50 organizations on the platform from diverse market verticals including financial services, communications, ecommerce and media. Users include Adobe and Brex.