We help engineering teams deeply explore and understand their own production systems.
The pace of innovation for application developers has accelerated dramatically over the past few years. So has the composability of infrastructure and the complexity of product demands. But when it comes to understanding and debugging those systems, we’re still using tools designed for the LAMP stack era. We can do better—we must do better.
Honeycomb is built by a capable team of leading experts in the field, with decades of combined experience spent building some of the internet’s biggest sites, including Facebook, Google, Docker, LinkedIn, Splunk, Dropbox, Parse, and Stripe. Join us.
Charity is a former systems engineer and manager at Facebook, Parse, and Linden Lab, and the co-author of Database Reliability Engineering. "With distributed systems, you don't care about the health of the system, you care about the health of the event or the slice."
Before Honeycomb, Christine built out Parse Analytics, co-founded a YC company, and wrote software at Aardvark and other vintage startups. She’s drawn towards the problem of extracting signal from noise.
Chad is passionate about helping early stage and high growth companies, especially in the DevOps space, scale the sales operations and go-to-market strategies. Prior to Honeycomb, he was the first sales leader at GitLab helping the company scale and achieve tremendous growth. Chad also spent time as a sales leader at Solo.io, Kissmetrics and Return Path.
A Silicon Valley startup executive with a passion for building new markets and delivering value to enterprise customers. Experience spans SaaS, Cloud, Big Data and Data Integration, managing global GTM teams through rapid growth, acquisition and IPO phases.
A former manager and engineering leader at multiple developer tools companies including Bugsnag and GitHub, Emily is passionate about building best-in-class, consumer-quality tools for engineers. She has a background in product engineering, performance optimization, client-side monitoring, and design.