Onehouse is building a neutral data lake integration layer on top of Apache Hudi
Onehouse emerged last year with a cloud data lake product built on top of the open source Apache Hudi project. The startup wants to act as an integration layer to move data between different repositor
Salesforce built a data lake to transform how customer data moves on the platform
The ultimate goal of pulling customer data together into a customer data platform (CDP) is building more meaningful customer experiences in real time. Up until now, that’s been more aspirational
Would the math work if Databricks were valued at $38B?
Databricks, the open-source data lake and data management powerhouse has been on quite a financial run lately. Today Bloomberg reported the company could be raising a new round worth at least $1.5 bil
Sanity raises $39M for its ‘use-anywhere’ approach to content repositories
Content is king, as the saying goes. But in actual fact, a lot of what companies do today with content, and thus the power of that content, is relatively limited by the tools that exist to present it.
Snowflake latest enterprise company to feel Wall Street’s wrath after good quarter
Snowflake reported earnings this week, and the results look strong with revenue more than doubling year-over-year. However, while the company’s fourth quarter revenue rose 117% to $190.5 million
Logging startups are suddenly hot as CrowdStrike nabs Humio for $400M
A couple of weeks ago SentinelOne announced it was acquiring high-speed logging platform Scalyr for $155 million. Just this morning CrowdStrike struck next, announcing it was buying unlimited logging
Databricks raises $1B at $28B valuation as it reaches $425M ARR
Another hour, another billion-dollar round. That’s how February is kicking off. This time it’s Databricks, which just raised $1 billion Series G at a whopping $28 billion post-money valuat
Upsolver announces $13M Series A to ease management of cloud data lakes
There’s a lot of complexity around managing data lakes in the cloud that often requires expensive engineering expertise. Upsolver, an early-stage startup, wants to simplify all of that, so that