Dashbird, an Estonian platform for serverless application monitoring, has raised $2.1 million in seed funding. The investment was led by Paladin Capital Group, with participation from Passion Capital, Icebreaker.vc and Lemonade Stand. Founded in Tallinn in 2017, the company aims to help organisations in the shift from server-centric architectures to distributed, cloud-based applications. CEO Taavi Rehemägi explained, “Building serverless applications has huge benefits for businesses when it comes to speed of innovation, cost efficiency, and scalability. However, the distributed nature of serverless makes it difficult for developers to keep on top of. This is where Dashbird comes in.” With the Estonian software, DevOps teams can monitor application performance and end-user experience within a single overview. Though it currently runs only on Amazon Web Services (AWS), Dashbird wants to use the fresh funding to cover “the majority of cloud services”. At the beginning of this year, the startup opened its second office in London and brought on a vice president of sales, Paul Garner. As part of the seed investment, Tom Clute of Paladin will join the company’s board.