|Headquarters||San Francisco, United States|
|Owner||Tal Weiss, Iris Shoor, Niv Steingarten, Chen Harel and Dor Levi|
OverOps is a software analytics company based in San Francisco, CA and Tel Aviv, Israel. The company develops a static and dynamic code analysis technology to analyze code events in real time. The technology's focus is large-scale Java and Scala code bases.
OverOps was founded as Takipi in December 2011. Prior to Takipi, Tal Weiss (CEO) and Iris Shoor (VP Product) co-founded VisualTao (acquired by Autodesk Inc in 2009). In 2012 Takipi received seed investment of $700K by private investors. In 2013 Takipi received $4.5 million in venture capital from Menlo Ventures.
OverOps uses a Java agent to perform code analysis and track code changes in real time. Using graph analysis, OverOps maps an application's codebase and the different connections between variables, methods and classes. When a runtime exception, log error or a performance issue are reported, the code maps are used to record data of variable values, methods, threads and JVMs which led to the errors. OverOps is delivered in a software as a service (SaaS) model, where the majority of the analysis is performed in the "cloud".
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