Nebula is a code-level observability & debugging platform for large enterprises. When something goes wrong, it lets developers inspect any variable or function to see what data it contains in production and how it’s being used across their codebase. We make it easy to identify & fix production issues in massive codebases. 85% of enterprise-scale businesses use a microservice architecture. We've talked to dozens of teams about their approach to developer productivity and heard from best-in-class companies like Netflix and Linkedin who invested in making their distributed system easier to navigate & debug. We're combining their most effective strategies with insights from Shanelle's experience at Google to increase dev velocity in complex, enterprise codebases.
Shanelle is the cofounder and CEO of Nebula. Shanelle was previously a PM at Google, working on the buying experience for a new $XB line of Google ads. At Google, she saw firsthand the impact of complex microservice architectures on engineering velocity. Originally from Minnesota, she graduated from Yale with a degree in Computer Science.
Vishnu Menon is the Co-founder & CTO of Nebula, where he builds tools that help engineers be productive in microservice architectures. Previously, he was co-founder at an ML startup (Toucan AI) and lead data & platform projects at a MarTech software provider (AddShoppers). He earned a degree in Computer Science from Duke University.