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October 19, 2023

Middleware.io Launches Generative AI-Driven Cloud Observability Platform

In Brief

Middleware.io’s cloud observability tool utilizes OpenAI’s GPT-4, for AI-driven anomaly detection and resolution.

Observability startup Middleware.io today launched its generative AI-powered cloud-native observability platform on Product Hunt. The company said it aims to meet the surging demand for insights into the intricacies of cloud-native applications.

According to Middleware, the ascent of cloud computing and the proliferation of microservices has significantly increased the complexity and distribution of applications, which now operate on globally dispersed servers, processing immense volumes of data on a daily basis.

The company asserts that 86% of organizations regard observability as a critical facilitator in achieving core business objectives. Likewise, the need for quicker and more efficient troubleshooting has been galvanized by the rapid pace of the digital realm, where even brief periods of downtime can result in revenue loss and tarnish customer reputation.

To mitigate such risks, Middleware.io’s cloud observability tool utilizes OpenAI’s GPT-4, for AI-driven anomaly detection and resolution. An AI advisor pinpoints infrastructure and application problems, proposing efficient solutions for issue resolution and predicting incoming errors based on data, rendering Middleware.io exceptionally proactive in issue management.

Middleware said the provision of real-time monitoring through a dashboard aims to ensure streamlined access to metrics, logs, traces and events, heightening visibility into an organization’s technology stack.

“Powered by GPT-4, our platform offers three categories (critical, medium, and low) that will help you identify and prioritize issues. Middleware’s AI advisor lists all the issues with details like affected resources and detailed solutions so you can make the fix faster,” Laduram Vishnoi, Founder and CEO of Middleware told Metaverse Post.

In a funding round spearheaded by 8VC, the company recently raised $6.5 million. Middleware said newly acquired funds will be directed towards team expansion and advancing AI feature development for its cloud observability stack.

 “Middleware’s recent seed funding of $6.5 million will be strategically invested in team expansion, product development, AI enhancement, and customer acquisition. This investment will help us enhance our product and provide better support to our customers as we continue to offer the next generation of observability solutions,” said Sawaram Suthar, Director at Middleware. 

Leveraging Generative AI for Deeper Observability

The rise of cloud computing and microservices has introduced complexity and distribution to applications, making monitoring a formidable challenge. Likewise, efficient troubleshooting is essential in the fast-paced digital world. Middleware’s asserts that its AI-driven real-time monitoring and alerts enable faster issue identification.

“In cloud-native applications and microservices, gathering custom metrics specific to an organization’s needs can be a daunting task. Middleware simplifies this by offering users the capability to fetch custom metrics effortlessly,” Middleware’s Vishnoi told Metaverse Post. “This ensures that organizations can monitor precisely what matters most to their operations, enhancing their ability to troubleshoot and optimize their services effectively.”

Vishnoi said that data ownership is central to the platform’s focus, while ensuring data security and compliance. Through the implementation of a data processing system that utilizes compression and indexing, Middleware.io aims to curtail data size, enabling the delivery of services at one-third the cost compared to competitors.

“We have developed a Middleware agent that, once installed on a user’s machine, collects data, including logs, metrics and traces from the infrastructure and application tech stack. This data is then displayed in real-time on a middleware platform. Additionally, when an infrastructure agent is installed, it focuses on gathering metrics and displaying them on a unified dashboard and infrastructure monitoring,” explained Vishnoi. “Similarly, when an APM (Application Performance Monitoring) agent is installed, it provides real-time insights into applications, such as services, traces and errors.”

What’s Next For Middleware?

Middleware’s Vishnoi conveyed his vision for the future of observability, stating that the company aims to push the boundaries of AI in observability, offering even more intelligent and actionable insights into application performance and health. He said Middleware is actively exploring the application of generative AI to enhance observability, making it proactive and predictive.

“Going forward, we will continue to invest in the development of our AI capabilities. This includes improving our AI advisor’s ability to pinpoint errors, recommend solutions, and predict incoming errors based on data,” said Vishnoi. “In the days to come, we will be building out features to fix the issues the platform identifies.”

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Victor is a Managing Tech Editor/Writer at Metaverse Post and covers artificial intelligence, crypto, data science, metaverse and cybersecurity within the enterprise realm. He boasts half a decade of media and AI experience working at well-known media outlets such as VentureBeat, DatatechVibe and Analytics India Magazine. Being a Media Mentor at prestigious universities including the Oxford and USC and with a Master's degree in data science and analytics, Victor is deeply committed to staying abreast of emerging trends. He offers readers the latest and most insightful narratives from the Tech and Web3 landscape.

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Victor Dey

Victor is a Managing Tech Editor/Writer at Metaverse Post and covers artificial intelligence, crypto, data science, metaverse and cybersecurity within the enterprise realm. He boasts half a decade of media and AI experience working at well-known media outlets such as VentureBeat, DatatechVibe and Analytics India Magazine. Being a Media Mentor at prestigious universities including the Oxford and USC and with a Master's degree in data science and analytics, Victor is deeply committed to staying abreast of emerging trends. He offers readers the latest and most insightful narratives from the Tech and Web3 landscape.

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