Gigasheet April Update
Updated: Apr 28
It's been about six months since we started our journey at Gigasheet, and tons of things have evolved over that short period of time!
We have a handful of updates to share 📢
We launched our beta and invited our first users who requested access 🔐to join. We got some great feedback that we’re incorporating. We'll gradually be inviting more to join as we continue to refine Gigasheet and make it even better...oh yeah and we've found plenty of bugs 🦟 to squash along the way. If you haven't already you can request private access here.
New powerful 💪 capabilities, but tons more work to do. Users can import csv, tab separated logs, and Zeek logs with tens of millions of rows. We’ve also integrated GEO-IP, Recorded Future and Grey Noise enrichments.
Garth Griffin joined Gigasheet as CTO and Co-founder 🥳. Garth brings awesome experience as a technical leader, data scientist, and software engineer. I'm thrilled to have him on the founding team 🤝, and I don't think we could have a better person along for the ride. 🎢
We’re hiring. We’re looking for an awesome Product Designer 🖊️ to help us build a powerful analysis workbench that requires no-training, and no-coding. We’re also looking for part-time bloggers. More details here.
We raised some money 💸. It's not easy to build great software, so it's awesome to have the support of world-class investors. For some time now we’ve had a small team of engineers and a growing list of cyber security practitioners who believe we are solving a compelling problem, but we now have validation from a set of great VCs who have deep experience and broad market perspective.
And to top it off there’s light at the end of the COVID tunnel. It’s go time. 🚀