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Anurag Gupta and Eduardo Silva launched Calyptia a year ago to support the rapidly growing community around Fluentd and Fluent Bit, open source data collection and observability tools that the two helped create and maintain and that now are a project of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). With Calyptia, Gupta and Silva saw an opportunity to launch a company around Fluentd and Fluent Bit that could help organizations with first-mile observability, the collection of data from multiple sources — such as applications, infrastructure and network devices — that is then parsed and transformed and eventually sent to backend databases and data lakes.
But if we can shift that left to where the data is collected, we can make it much more resilient, much faster and potentially much more insightful, because we have the full context of where the data is, what it’s doing and what it looks like.
We saw this need to be able to decouple a way to collect that data and decouple where you send that data,” he said.
A lot of functionality that is done in the destination to extract value from that data is moving to the left,” Silva said.