XetHub raises $7.5M for its Git-based data collaboration platform
Seattle-based XetHub, a startup that makes it easy for businesses to use Git for data management, today announced that it has raised a $7.5 million seed financing round led by Madrona. The basic idea
AWS launches DataZone, a new ML-based data management service
At its re:Invent conference, AWS today announced Amazon DataZone, a new data management service that can help enterprises catalog, discover, share and — most importantly — govern their dat
Directus wants to democratize data across the enterprise
A startup that wants to democratize data in the enterprise? That may sound awfully familiar, but Directus, which today is announcing a $7 million Series A round led by True Ventures, is taking a diffe
Fintech app Portabl raises $2.5M to help consumers securely store financial data
It provides identity management and protection for financial services, banking and consumer apps.
NebulaGraph reaps from China’s growing appetite for graph databases
Graph databases, which store information in nodes and relationships instead of tables like Excel sheets, have grown in popularity amid an explosion of data across industries. While TigerGraph and Neo4
Investment in infrastructure is critical for crypto startups, not a ‘nice to have’
It's said that the best investment opportunity in a gold rush is the business selling the picks and shovels. But an even better place to invest is the land all those shops and miners need to rent.
Twitch founder Justin Kan: Web3 games don’t need to lure players with profit
Top crypto VCs are constantly touting the potential of video games as one of the most compelling use cases for blockchain technology. Andreessen Horowitz partner Arianna Simpson, for example, who led
Crypto asset manager Valkyrie looks to raise $30M for its new VC arm
Crypto asset manager Valkyrie, best known for launching one of the only U.S. SEC-approved bitcoin futures ETFs, is moving into a new asset class — venture capital. The firm hired investor Lluís
Snowplow secures fresh cash to capture and create behavioral data
Snowplow, a platform designed to create data for AI and business intelligence applications, today announced that it raised $40 million in a Series B funding round led by NEA, Snowplow investors, Atlan
Data management vendor Ataccama receives $150M infusion from Bain
In recent years, there’s been an explosion of tools that allow businesses to connect, transform, analyze and serve data from all kinds of sources. Combined with the increasing pressure on busine
Validio, a data quality platform based out of Sweden, emerges from stealth with $15M
Data quality has been shaping up as a salient and increasingly critical part of the world of data science: Enterprises are sitting on growing troves of information, but it’s only useful if we ca
AlphaSense, an analysis and business intel search engine, finds $225M at a $1.7B valuation
Google showed the way when it came to the world understanding and valuing the importance of a good search engine to unlock all the information you could find on the internet. The next iteration of tha
HYCU locks down additional funding to grow its cloud data protection business
Hybrid Cloud Up Time (HYCU), a self-described “backup-as-a-service” company for customers managing hybrid and multicloud environments, today announced that it raised $53 million in a ̶
MongoDB puts a spotlight on its developer data platform
At its annual MongoDB World conference, MongoDB today announced a series of updates to its eponymous database, including the addition of querying encrypted data without having to decrypt it first, col
This is the beginning of the unbundled database era
The enterprise wants to store everything they can in the hopes of being able to deliver improved customer experiences and new market capabilities.
Is data observability recession-proof?
What really caught our attention is that Monte Carlo's and Cribl's deals were announced now, right in the middle of a broad startup downturn.
Manta, a data observability startup, raises $35M to grow its workforce
Over the last decade, the rate at which organizations create data has accelerated as it becomes cheaper to store, access and process data. But as data continues to grow in scale and complexity, itR
PlanetScale expands its database service with built-in performance monitoring and more
PlanetScale, the highly scalable MySQL database service founded by the co-creators of the increasingly popular Vitess open source project, today announced a series of updates that push the platform be
Apollo GraphQL launches its Supergraph
The name kind of gives it away, but Apollo GraphQL has long focused on helping developers use the GraphQL query language for APIs to integrate data from a variety of services. Over the course of the l
How to evolve your DTC startup’s data strategy and identify critical metrics
We’re generally big fans of plug-and-play business intelligence tools, but they won’t scale with your business. Don’t rely on them after you’ve outgrown them.