Takipi Achieves 300% Growth, Changes Company Name to OverOps

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Business Grows 300 Percent, Early Customers Include Kaiser Permanente, The Home Depot, Samsung, Fox Entertainment Group, HP Enterprise and TripAdvisor

Takipi, a company that enables organizations to detect and resolve failure of mission-critical applications and microservices, today announced it has changed the company name to OverOps. The name change comes on the heels of the company’s 300% business growth with a slew of early enterprise customers including Kaiser Permanente, The Home Depot, Samsung, Nielsen, Fox Entertainment Group, HP Enterprise and TripAdvisor and reflects the company’s broader commitment and expertise in providing real-time enterprise event monitoring solutions.

“With OverOps our application developers can literally see in seconds why their application logic and code fails in production without needing to go looking in log files,” said Ronan Ryan, Director of Software Development at Viator, A TripAdvisor Company. “With agile deployments it now takes us minutes to reproduce and fix the issues that were previously taking us days to identify and resolve.”

In just one year, OverOps has expanded its enterprise offering to include:
● On-prem and hybrid cloud hosting capability for SaaS applications.
● Platform support for Docker, Pivotal Cloud Foundry, and Alpine Linux.
● Real-time proactive alerting notifications for IT teams, including Slack, HipChat and PagerDuty integration.

Says OverOps CEO Tal Weiss, "As mission-critical applications become more complex and real-time, we recognize the need to extend our product offerings to the greater DevOps community. As OverOps, we’re offering the only real-time solution to automate the way enterprises detect and troubleshoot failure with applications and microservices. Instead of spending hours searching for answers, teams can automatically identify the root cause of errors, exceptions and defects -- thus speeding software cycles and critical time to market, allowing enterprises to focus on what really matters – delighting their customers.”

This announcement highlights a trend towards mainstream enterprise adoption of continuous integration workflows, with OverOps as the only solution to knowing exactly when, where, and why code breaks in production. OverOps customers are liberated from searching through incomplete log files and machine data for that problematic needle in the haystack. Instead of spending hours or days searching for answers, teams can now identify the exact root cause of each failure, seeing exact source code and variables which need to be fixed.

In the coming year, the team has plans to expand their enterprise offerings to include .net CLR support, further increasing OverOps enterprise reach. For more information or to request a demo, visit OverOps.com.

Read the full blog post, written by Tal Weiss here.

About OverOps
OverOps is a real-time event intelligence company that enables organizations to understand when and why their applications break in production. OverOps dynamically captures unique smart data from inside the application runtime that allows operations and development teams to troubleshoot 10X faster than traditional log management solutions. In its first year, OverOps has attracted over 120 customers like Samsung, HP Enterprise and Cotiviti, who are transforming the way they manage applications in production. OverOps installs in 5 minutes and requires no code changes. Sign up for your free 14-day trial here or visit OverOps.com.

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