The Israeli startup Senser has developed an AIOps platform to minimize system downtimes in organizations or at least reduce the duration of such interruptions. Utilizing eBPF technology, Senser’s platform can gather deep data from an organization’s distributed systems without accessing sensitive or personal information. This data is then processed using machine learning algorithms to automatically identify the root causes of performance issues or interruptions in an organization’s cloud or server systems. As a result, the platform allows organizations to more rapidly locate and resolve issues, significantly decreasing maintenance costs and ensuring uninterrupted system operations.
Founded in 2021 by Amir Kreiden (CEO), Or Sadeh (CPO), and Yuval Lev (CTO), all of whom met during their military service in a cyber unit, Senser has participated in the sixth cycle of Intel Ignite’s startup accelerator in 2022. The company employs 17 people, all based in Israel. Today, Senser announced the completion of a seed funding round, raising $9.5 million. The round was led by Eclipse, with participation from Amdocs Ventures and private investors, including the founders of Drivenets, Tenbis, and Hippo.