Cribl, the data engine for IT and Security, has surpassed $100 million in annual recurring revenue (ARR), growing from $1 million to $100 million in ARR in less than four years. Cribl becomes the fourth-fastest infrastructure company to reach centaur status, following Wiz (1.5 years), HashiCorp (3 years), and Snowflake (3.5 years), and just ahead of Datadog (4.5 years).
To fuel its next phase of growth, Cribl has launched an international cloud region, located in Frankfurt, Germany, which makes Cribl’s full suite of products available to customers in Europe. Cribl Stream, the industry’s leading observability pipeline, and Cribl Edge, an intelligent vendor-neutral agent, are now available to global customers both on-premises and via Cribl.Cloud. For the first time, the industry’s first search-in-place solution, Cribl Search, is available in Europe, allowing customers to search data without having to collect and store it first, which avoids the expense and complexity of having to ingest all raw data.
In addition to bringing the full suite of Cribl products to Europe, this new cloud region supports low latency architecture, saves on data transfer costs, and enhances data security. Cribl has achieved SOC 2 Type II and ISO 27001 certifications, and is fully compliant with the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation. To support customers globally, Cribl continues to make investments throughout the region, including building its team across Europe.
Cribl has added two new leaders to its executive team. Matthew Kelly joins Cribl as SVP of Legal, Security, and IT. In this new role, Kelly will guide the company through its security and compliance roadmap, prioritizing the security of the company and its customers. Dr. Grigori Melnik joins Cribl as SVP of Product, where he will oversee the product management, UX, and technical documentation teams.
Cribl continues to see growing customer demand for its products, including triple digit ARR and customer growth in its most recent fiscal year. Cribl customers now include one-third of the Fortune 100 companies and its partner ecosystem continues to expand with recent strategic partnerships announced with AWS, CrowdStrike, and Exabeam.