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AI platform Continual raises $14.5M Series A and comes out of beta

Continual, a startup that focuses on simplifying operational AI on top of a modern data stack, today announced that it has raised a $14.5 million Series A funding round led by Innovation Endeavors. In

Proper raises $4.3M seed round to help other fintechs wrangle data

What’s one of the hottest areas within fintech today? Funnily enough, it’s fintech for fintechs (say that a few times fast). Fintech startups have absolutely proliferated in the past few y

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

Microsoft launches deeper integrations between its data products

At its Build developer conference, Microsoft today announced what it calls its “Microsoft Intelligent Data Platform.” That’s not so much a new platform but an effort to bring the com

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.

Atlassian gets a data lake and analytics service

Atlassian today announced the launch of its new data lake and Atlassian Analytics, a front end for its data lake that will allow its customers to easily query all of the data they have stored across t

Google Cloud launches BigLake, a new cross-platform data storage engine

At its Cloud Data Summit, Google today announced the preview launch of BigLake, a new data lake storage engine that makes it easier for enterprises to analyze the data in their data warehouses and dat

8 open source companies from YC Demo Day Winter ’22

Wicked fast VPNs, data organization tools, auto-generated videos to spice up your company’s Instagram stories … Y Combinator’s Winter 2022 open source founders have some interesting ideas up the

Glean raises $7M to democratize data insights

You’d think data visualization and exploration is a bit of a solved problem thanks to the likes of Tableau, Sisense, Looker, Microsoft Power BI and their competitors. But for the most part, thes

Adobe’s Customer Journey Analytics gets new experimentation options

Adobe today announced a number of new features for Customer Journey Analytics, its tool for tracking customers across platforms that is part of the company’s Experience Cloud portfolio. As the p

China-backed APT41 compromised ‘at least’ six US state governments

The prolific China APT41 hacking group, known for carrying out espionage in parallel with financially motivated operations, has compromised multiple U.S. state government networks, according to cybers

SeMI Technologies’ search engine opens up new ways to query your data

SeMI takes unstructured data and creates a semantic search engine so that you can actually ask your data questions and get answers.

PopSQL aims to be a modern data team’s best friend

PopSQL enables users to connect to the database, write a SQL query and easily share it with others.

Canvas gives non-technical teams data exploration knowledge without needing a degree in SQL

Canvas is developing a spreadsheet-like interface for non-technical teams to access the information they need without bothering data teams.

Dremio raises $160M Series E for its data lake platform

Data lake platform Dremio today announced that it has raised a $160 million Series E funding round led by Adams Street Partners. Existing investors Sapphire Ventures (which also led the company’

SQream acquires no-code data platform Panoply

SQream, a well-funded Israel-based data analytics platform, today announced that it has acquired no-code data platform Panoply in an effort to expand its cloud services. At the core of SQream’s

Airplane soars with $8.5M to make creating internal tools less burdensome

With developers in mind, the company gives engineers back the time they were spending building internal tools and away from product engineering. 

AWS launches a new tool for diagnosing and fixing database issues in its cloud

AWS today announced a new service that makes it easier for its users to detect, diagnose and resolve issues in their relational databases. DevOps Guru for RDS, AWS’s fully managed relational dat

Yugabyte stores up $188M more for its open-source distributed SQL database model, now valued at $1.3B+

Today’s world is run on data, and the amount of it that is being produced, managed and used to power services is growing by the minute — to the tune of some 79 zettabytes this year, accord

Google’s Looker partners with Tableau

In 2019, Google acquired the business intelligence service Looker for $2.6 billion and Salesforce picked up Tableau for $15.7 billion. But today, the two competitors are growing closer together thanks
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