PagerDuty is an American cloud computing company specializing in a SaaS incident response platform for IT departments. It has been recognized by Forbes on its "Cloud 100" as well as the USA Today list for the top small and mid-sized companies for diversity in 2018. PagerDuty is headquartered in San Francisco with operations in Toronto, Atlanta, the United Kingdom, and Australia. Its platform is designed to alert clients to disruptions and outages through machine learning and automation. The software operates as a standalone service or can be integrated into existing IT systems. Notable customers include GE, Vodafone, Box.com, Clover Network, and American Eagle Outfitters. The company was founded 2009 in Toronto, Ontario, by University of Waterloo graduates Alex Solomon, Andrew Miklas, and Baskar Puvanathasan. The company was incubated at the Y Combinator. PagerDuty raised a seed funding round of $1.9 million in 2010, followed by a Series A round that raised $10.7 million in January 2013. As of 2018, the company has raised over $170 million in venture funding. In July 2016, the former CEO of Keynote Systems, Jennifer Tejada, was named CEO of PagerDuty. Later that year, the company held its first PagerDuty Summit, an industry conference to encourage digital innovation. The PagerDuty Summit was held in San Francisco in 2017 and 2018.