Grafana Labs Acquires k6

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  • With k6, Grafana Labs adds extensible testing to its open and composable Grafana observability stack
  • It said that Grafana Labs and k6 will work on an integrated offering as part of the Grafana observability stack

CEO of Grafana Labs, Raj Dutt announced that it has acquired k6, the Stockholm-based startup behind the open source load testing tool for engineering teams. With k6, Grafana Labs adds extensible testing to its open and composable Grafana observability stack.

Robin Gustafasson, CEO at k6 said, “Grafana Labs is the unquestioned leader in the observability space, and has done an incredible job building an open and composable observability stack for their users — both on the open source and enterprise fronts. Joining the Grafana Labs family will accelerate our ability to give modern engineering teams better ways to observe and build reliable applications.”

Running k6 load testing while fully monitoring and connecting logs

It said that Grafana Labs and k6 will work on an integrated offering as part of the Grafana observability stack. Organisations can already benefit from running k6 load testing while fully monitoring and connecting logs, metrics, and traces to each other to quickly diagnose performance issues before they impact customers.

Raj Dutt, CEO and Co-founder of Grafana Labs said, “When we first spoke with the team at k6, we were immediately impressed by our shared passion for open source, and their approach to modernizing load testing. In the past, load testing required costly infrastructure investments to run, resulting in only the most well-funded efforts reaping the benefits. These days, compute and microservices are available on demand, so it is far less costly to run test simulations. Because k6 is open source and also has a cloud offering, developers can realize the benefits much more rapidly. By bringing k6 and Grafana together, we enable teams to radically improve the time to prevent, detect, and remediate problems before they impact end users.”

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