Real-time crash reporting tool Sentry grabs $9 million from NEA & Accel
Sentry, a real-time crash reporting tool for web, mobile and games, has come a long way from its roots as an internal tool used at the blog comment hosting service Disqus. The startup has since been adopted by a number of big names in the tech industry, including Square, Stripe, Dropbox, Opera, Uber, Airbnb, Postmates, and others. And now it has raised $9 million in Series A funding led by NEA. Accel also participated in the new round, which will be used to continue to rapidly grow the business, as well as for hiring.