To make machine data meaningful, together!


To become the analytics platform for Gen D organizations. Those that embrace the power of data analytics and recognize the exponential value of collaboration.

Real People. Real World.

We built Logz.io to solve the real world machine data challenges
we encountered in our past work environments.
Today, we use it to run our business.

We’re a growing team of successful technology entrepreneurs,
security professionals and data analytics experts, with a shared vision
of building the data analytics platform for Gen D organizations.

The Management Team

Tomer Levy
Tomer LevyCo-founder, CEO, Board Member
Before founding Logz.io, Tomer co-founded and was the CTO of Intigua, a company that developed innovative, Docker-like containers designed for large enterprises. Prior to Intigua, Tomer spent six years at CheckPoint, where he led its Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) product from concept to market, generating $100M in revenue in the second year. Tomer has an M.B.A. from Tel Aviv University and a B.A. in computer science and is an enthusiastic kite surfer.

Bridget Gleason
Bridget GleasonVP of Sales
Bridget Gleason is VP of Sales at Logz.io and manages the company’s worldwide sales organization. She was most recently VP of Corporate Sales as well as Executive Advisor at Sumo Logic. Prior to Sumo Logic, she was VP of Worldwide Sales at Yesware and Senior VP of Worldwide Sales at Engine Yard.
Eyal Katz
Eyal KatzCFO
Eyal Katz is CFO at Logz.io. Previously, he was VP of Finance at Infinidat and managed the financial and due-diligence processes when the company raised a $150 million funding round at a valuation of $1.2 billion. Eyal fostered and cultivated business relationships on behalf of the company at national and international levels while developing new business, drafting budgets, and managing all fiscal reporting activities of the company. Before Infinidat, he was Controller at the Migdal Group and Senior Auditor at KPMG.
Asaf Yigal
Asaf YigalCo-founder, VP of Product, Board Member
Asaf co-founded Currensee, a social-trading platform, which was later acquired by OANDA in 2013. Prior to Currensee, Asaf held executive roles at Akorri -developing an end to end performance monitoring platform and at Onaro-developing a storage resource management platform. Both Akorri and Onaro were acquired by NetApp. Prior to Onaro, Asaf headed a research team in the Israeli Navy, taking an artificial intelligence system to military deployment. Asaf holds a B.S. from the Technion and is an Instrument-rated private pilot.
Doron Gill
Doron GillVP of R&D
Doron is a seasoned R&D Manager with more than thirty years of overall experience out of which the prior twenty were in executive management positions. He has experience in a wide range of verticals from SaaS to Enterprise. Previously, Doron has led R&D at SupportSpace, Stratoscale, and FairFly.

Board of Directors

Erez OferFounding Partner of 83North
Erez joined Greylock Partners in 2005 and in 2006 was a founding partner of Greylock IL, now 83North. He currently focuses on Enterprise IT infrastructure, cloud technologies, virtualization, security, storage, and software. For investing activities, please see the 83North site. Previously, Erez held senior executive positions with EMC Corp. in Hopkinton, MA.
Jim BaumVenture Partner at OpenView
Jim brings over 25 years of experience growing and managing cutting-edge technology businesses. As an operating executive, his career includes building highly successful organizations, bringing businesses to scale, IPOs, and a multi-billion-dollar exit. Jim is passionate about entrepreneurship and helping to build successful enterprises around exciting market opportunities. Jim currently serves on a range corporate boards from innovative startups, to fast growth pre-IPO companies, to publicly traded companies. He is a Trustee at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) and co-chair of WPI’s initiative in innovation and entrepreneurship as well as a lecturer in entrepreneurship at MIT’s Sloan School.
Eyal NivManaging Director of Giza Venture Capital
Eyal Niv is Managing Director of Giza Venture Capital and is an expert in the semiconductor, mobile communications, and Internet sectors as well as in startup screening, due diligence, and business development. He also sits on the boards of Crosswise, Lucid, CallApp, CareDox and AdExtent. He has led or co-led investments in XtremIO (acquired by EMC), Pebbles (acquired by Facebook), Oplus (acquired by Intel), Altair, Lucid, and Cyota (acquired by RSA). In the past, Niv co-founded Super Computers Ltd., a company that specializes in medical database software for research centers. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree in corporate finance and actuarial science from the University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg.
Boaz ChalamishBoard Member
Boaz Chalamish was most recently Senior Vice President and General Manager at VMware, where he developed a management strategy that led to a new $1B business unit in 4 years. Prior to VMware, he was an early employee of Mercury Interactive and later SVP of research and development, serving as a key player in growing the company to $1 billion in bookings by the time it was acquired by Hewlett Packard. At HP, he then served as Senior Vice President and General Manager of Global R&D.