Cloud monitoring platform Datadog has introduced that it plans to accumulate Sqreen, a software-as-a-service safety platform. Originally based in France, Sqreen participated in TechCrunch’s Startup Battlefield in 2016.
Sqreen is a cloud-based safety product to guard your utility instantly. Once you put in the sandboxed Sqreen agent, it analyzes your utility in actual time to seek out vulnerabilities in your code or your configuration. There’s a small CPU overhead with Sqreen enabled, however there are some upsides.
It can floor threats and you’ll arrange your individual risk detection guidelines. You can see the standing of your utility from the Sqreen dashboard, obtain notifications when there’s an incident and get details about incidents.
For occasion, you may see blocked SQL injections, see the place the injection makes an attempt got here from and act to forestall additional makes an attempt. Sqreen additionally detects widespread assaults, resembling credential stuffing assaults, cross-site scripting, and many others. As your product evolves, you may allow totally different modules from the plugin market.
Sqreen’s safety protect automagically blocks assaults in your net app
Combining Datadog and Sqreen makes plenty of sense as many firms already depend on Datadog to observe their apps. Sqreen has an excellent product, Datadog has an excellent buyer base. So you may count on some enhancements on the safety entrance for Datadog.
The firm raised a $2.three million spherical from Alven Capital, Point Nine Capital, Kima Ventures, 50 Partners and enterprise angels. It then participated in TechCrunch’s Startup Battlefield — it made it to the finals however didn’t win the competitors. The startup attended Y Combinator a bit later.
In 2019, Sqreen raised a $14 million Series A spherical led by Greylock Partners with present buyers Y Combinator, Alven and Point Nine taking part as soon as once more.
Datadog and Sqreen have signed a definitive acquisition settlement. Terms of the deal stay undisclosed and the acquisition ought to shut in Q2 2021.