UCD spin-out Logentries to double size, hire 20

Irish company Logentries is to double its size and is to create 20 new engineering jobs in Dublin.

17th December, 2013
Andrew Burton, chief executive, Logentries, with Trevor Parsons, chief research officer, and Viliam Holub, chief technical officer.

Irish company Logentries is to double its size and is to create 20 new engineering jobs in Dublin.

The company, which provides log management and analytics, is seeking software developers, data scientists and devops engineers.

Logentries was co-founded in 2010 by Dr Viliam Holub and Dr Trevor Parsons as a spin-out company from University College Dublin’s Performance Engineering Laboratory in UCD’s School of Computer Science and Informatics, after a decade of joint research with IBM....

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