FireHydrant news, announcements, and other important things to share
Just call us "Major Incident Software Innovation of the Year"
We won an award! The MIM Awards recognize and reward effective Major Incident Management within the global IT Major Incident Management sector - and we won the 2020 Major Incident Software Innovation of the Year!
Announcing FyreHydrant Festival and the 2021 Line-up
Announcing the first annual FyreHydrant Festival and the 2021 line-up
Article: 46 enterprise tech startups to bet your career on in 2021
Business Insider looked at a broad range of attributes, including the strength of the founding team; the investors and their caliber; valuations, recent and total funding based on estimates from PitchBook; and the product or service the startup offers.
Article: New York tech startups see jump in funding activity
Venture-capital firms in 2020 pumped $5.8 billion into New York technology startups. Companies developing risk-management, artificial intelligence, and machine learning technologies are among those getting the biggest shares of the investments.
Article: ‘DX on steroids’ — the explosion of cloud in 2020
It’s no secret that the cloud has become the enterprise technology hero of 2020. COVID-19 ensured any kind of backburner considerations shot to the front of IT stakeholders’ minds.
Article: Cloud Startups Ride Wave of Pandemic-Fueled Investments
Cloud-computing startups have landed new investments and customer accounts during the coronavirus pandemic as many companies have accelerated cloud-related projects to keep ahead of the competition.
Article: FireHydrant lands $8M Series A for disaster management tool
A technology adventure: First the audio wasn’t working correctly on Zoom, then Google Meet. It was like a case study in what FireHydrant is designed to do — help companies manage incidents and recover more quickly when things go wrong with their services.
Article: This engineer built a tool to help him automatically respond to IT issues during his day job and then turned it into a startup that just raised $8 million
When Bobby couldn't find the tools he needed to effectively tackle incidents, he built one. Now announcing FireHydrant's $8M Series A.
Article: How you react when your systems fail may define your business
Just around 9:45 a.m. Pacific Time on February 28, 2017, websites like Slack, Business Insider, Quora and other well-known destinations became inaccessible. For millions of people, the internet itself seemed broken.
Announcing FireHydrant, a Tool to Manage Incidents
Today we're publicly launching FireHydrant, a tool to manage incidents. Read more about our journey.