Cribl provides a solution for solving customer data challenges. It delivers customizable controls to route security and observability data where it has the most value. It helps control costs, check performance, and get the right data. It facilitates data management solutions for technology professionals. Its Cribl Stream is a vendor-agnostic observability pipeline that gives users the flexibility to collect, reduce, enrich, and route data, and Cribl Edge provides a data collection system for logs, metrics, and application data. It serves financial services, healthcare, retail, manufacturing, and more. It was founded in 2018 and is based in San Francisco, California.
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Cribl Stream is a vendor-agnostic observability pipeline that gives you the flexibility to collect, reduce, enrich, normalize, and route data from any source to any destination within your existing data infrastructure.
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Dec 1, 2023
Elon Musk, Groq and the AI revolution: Insights from theCUBE SHARE It’s been a whirlwind of artificial intelligence-related happenings lately, from new Amazon Web Services Inc. hardware and product announcements to Cribl Inc.’s maturity as a multi-product data engine for IT and security. During this week’s Supercloud 5 event , theCUBE analysts unwrapped the latest in AI enterprise news. TheCUBE analysts Savannah Peterson (pictured, left) and co-host Lisa Martin (right) discussed a whirlwind of AI hot-button topics, ranging from the unexpected musings of Elon Musk to the bold marketing tactics of AI chip company Groq — and even a delightful dive into the world of pupcakes. Groq delights with new LLM … but not without a Musk-y undertone In the latest instance of Musk expressing his right to free speech, the Tesla Inc. CEO and former OpenAI Inc. board member revealed some concerns about AI’s unprecedented pace of growth and the potential ramifications on privacy, data use and consumer protection. The implications of Musk’s statements, coupled with his historical role in shaping OpenAI, added a dramatic twist to the ongoing AI saga. Not to be outshone, AI solutions provider Groq made headlines with an ironically timed “cease and de-Groq” message to Musk for trademark infringement after naming his xAI large language model “Grok.” “For anyone who’s been served a cease-and-desist like I have working in 3D printing and a lot of other industries, there’s a real gut check, and a little bit of a belly drop when you get something telling you … accusing you of cheating or theft or infringement,” Peterson said. “I’m curious to see since they decided to pick that fight this afternoon, probably just about two hours before Elon decided to pick a fight with half the planet.” Wrapping the segment was a demo of Groq’s flagship Llama-2 70B large language model, which took an unexpected turn when the query delivered recipes for the popular pet treat “pupcakes.” The demonstration was as entertaining as much as it was educational, showed the AI’s ability to generate real-time responses, including a recipe for pupcakes. Previewing upcoming coverage on theCUBE during Supercloud 5, Peterson outlined a diverse lineup of guests in the AI, supercomputing and the automotive industry. “We’ve got an astronomer coming on tomorrow; that’s a big part of AI,” she said. “We’ve also got Toyota,” as well as Dave Donatelli, who will be talking about the digital employee experience and why it’s more important than ever. Photo: SiliconANGLE A message from John Furrier, co-founder of SiliconANGLE: Your vote of support is important to us and it helps us keep the content FREE. One click below supports our mission to provide free, deep, and relevant content.
Cribl Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Cribl founded?
Cribl was founded in 2018.
Where is Cribl's headquarters?
Cribl's headquarters is located at 22 4th Street, San Francisco.
What is Cribl's latest funding round?
Cribl's latest funding round is Series D.
How much did Cribl raise?
Cribl raised a total of $392.41M.
Who are the investors of Cribl?
Investors of Cribl include CRV, Sequoia Capital, Greylock Partners, Redpoint Ventures, Institutional Venture Partners and 5 more.
Who are Cribl's competitors?
Competitors of Cribl include Observe, Splunk, United Effects, Superwise, Chronosphere and 7 more.
What products does Cribl offer?
Cribl's products include Cribl Stream and 2 more.
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