OverOps is making San Francisco more alluring as a desirable place to work in tech. – Mandy Walker, Director of Marketing at Tech in Motion
SAN FRANCISCO (PRWEB) November 05, 2018
OverOps, a software reliability platform, today announced that it was named the Best Tech Startup in San Francisco by the 2018 Timmy Awards. The company was also chosen as a runner-up in the Best Tech Work Culture category. A panel of expert judges and technology community voters selected OverOps based on the company’s commitment to fostering a supportive entrepreneurial environment for employees and producing an exceptional product for the DevOps and developer community. With this accolade, OverOps joins the ranks of past Timmy Award winners that include: AppDynamics, Jet.com, LearnVest, Venmo, TripAdvisor, Gilt Groupe, Constant Contact, Casper and Instacart, among others.
“As the number of startups increases in San Francisco, so does the innovation happening in the city. OverOps is making San Francisco more alluring as a desirable place to work in tech,” said Mandy Walker, Director of Marketing at Tech in Motion and Motion Recruitment Partners. “The Timmy Awards were created to elevate local leaders like OverOps that make an impact from the beginning.”
Founded in 2011, OverOps is disrupting traditional log files and application monitoring technology with its software reliability platform. By capturing extensive code-level machine data about applications and services, OverOps not only helps developers troubleshoot issues, but also empowers ITOps and DevOps professionals with the metrics and visibility needed to detect anomalies and regressions, and to evaluate overall software reliability. As more organizations aim to innovate faster and deliver a seamless digital experience for their customers, the OverOps platform is critical in preventing service disruptions that can lead to lost revenue and brand degradation.
The OverOps team boasts decades of collective experience from some of the most reputable technology innovators in the world, including companies like Hortonworks, HP, Autodesk, Pentaho, MySQL and Xerox. The company is headquartered in San Francisco with an office in Tel Aviv, and is actively expanding across the globe to support increased enterprise demand for its platform.
“We take great pride in providing a work environment where employees are empowered to bring new ideas forward and have the right the resources and support at their disposal to execute. It is because of the exceptional team at OverOps that we are able to deliver market-disrupting products and capabilities to our customers,” said Rod Squires, CEO at OverOps. “We are grateful for this recognition by the Timmy Awards and the local tech community, and look forward to continuing to foster a culture of innovation and collaboration as our team expands around the globe in 2019.”
To learn more about opportunities to join the growing OverOps team, visit http://www.OverOps.com/jobs
About Tech in Motion Events & The Timmy Awards
Tech in Motion is a North American event series that brings local tech community professionals together to connect, learn, and innovate. What started as a collaborative project in 2011 between IT recruiting firms Jobspring Partners and Workbridge Associates, part of the Motion Recruitment network, grew into an organization of over 100,000 members across 12 chapters in North America including Atlanta, Boston, Dallas, New York, Philadelphia, DC, Chicago, San Francisco, Silicon Valley, LA, Orange County and Toronto. Please visit techinmotionevents.com for more information about notable speakers, sponsors and events.
OverOps provides net new machine data from applications and services to help organizations effectively evaluate the reliability of their software and implement a culture of accountability. Operating in all environments, OverOps employs both static and dynamic code analysis to capture unique code-aware insight about every error and exception––both caught and uncaught––as well as performance slowdowns. This deep visibility into the functional quality and performance of applications and services not only helps developers more effectively troubleshoot, but also empowers DevOps to build metrics dashboards, implement continuous reliability and enhance the entire software delivery supply chain. As more organizations aim to innovate faster and deliver a seamless digital experience for their customers, OverOps helps avoid costly downtime that can lead to lost revenue and brand degradation. Backed by Lightspeed Venture Partners and Menlo Ventures, OverOps has over 200 enterprise customers such as Comcast, TripAdvisor and Intuit, and has offices in San Francisco, Atlanta and Tel Aviv.
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