This engineer built a tool to help him automatically respond to IT issues during his day job and then turned it into a startup that just raised $8 million

On Wednesday, the IT incident response platform FireHydrant announced an $8 million Series A funding round. Founder and CEO Robert Ross said he started FireHydrant because he had become frustrated with all of the simple, repetitive tasks that he had to complete when dealing with an IT incident. His tool will complete those tasks automatically. While FireHydrant competes with Atlassian, Splunk, and Pagerduty, Ross says that its coordination features set it apart.  Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

Like most software engineers, FireHydrant founder and CEO Robert Ross has often found himself “on call” during his

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