As you might have heard we've secured a €1.2M EUR seed investment for our new company, called Treblle, led by Nauta Capital. For us this means that we can dedicate all our time and effort to building out Treblle and helping everyone in the API ecosystem.
At Treblle we make it super easy to understand what's going on with your APIs and the apps that use them. We do that by providing a set of tools that save time and money for everyone working with APIs. That means back-end developers, app developers, project managers, QA to CEOs and CTOs. Just by adding our SDK you get real time API monitoring and logging, auto generated docs with OpenAPI support, error tracking, quality scoring, API analytics and much more...
The origins of Treblle actually date back to 2017. when I found myself building a lot of ad-hoc logging tools to help me debug various weird edge cases with APIs. At one point we had so many projects in our previous development company that my days would be spent on providing integration support to other developers, helping them figure out what they sent wrong, what they were supposed to get...I thought there has to be a better way and started slowly working on our first PHP SDK for Treblle.
I was driven by a single idea about being able to view API requests as they were made, in real time, and allow others to do the same. I also knew that in order to get others to even consider using such a product on their API it needed to be fast, like really fast, scalable and secure. From early 2017 to early 2019 I've spent a lot of time trying to achieve the performance and scalability I personally wanted to see. I dropped the project multiple times because I simply wasn't happy with it. Finally, in April 2019., I got the idea on how I might solve the problem by randomly working on a client project and watching some AWS videos in the background.