DataOps.live, a software company dedicated to helping enterprise companies build and lifecycle manage data applications and data products using Snowflake, announced it has secured $10.3 million in Seed funding, enabling the company to scale-up rapidly, attract even more talent, expand further into North America.
The round was led by Anthos Capital and supported by Snowflake Ventures.
DataOps.live enables organizations to secure and govern their data, automate testing, orchestrate data pipelines, build full data applications, and deliver new value to stakeholders— reduce time to insight and accelerate time to value.
DataOps.live customers already include the world’s largest biotech company Roche, and the world’s second biggest satellite operator OneWeb. Numerous projects are currently underway, with a raft of new clients ready to go.
“What makes DataOps different is who we are, as well as what we do, and how we do it,” said Justin Mullen, co-founder and CEO. “We’re delighted to receive this investment from Anthos Capital and Snowflake Ventures. It signals the start of the next stage in our journey, and will see us continue building our presence in North America and Europe. It’s always about people, no matter how fantastic your technology is, and doing the right thing to drive success for customers—whatever that success looks like.”
DataOps.live enables enterprises to automate the building and rebuilding of Snowflake products, orchestrate end-to-end data pipelines, and observe and monitor the quality of data flowing through those pipelines.
It enables users to build, test, and deploy Snowflake data products and data applications the same way as software applications, increasing speed of development and accelerating adoption with no loss of governance, control or security.
From data ingestion through data processing and modeling to publishing pipeline metadata to data catalogs, DataOps.live orchestrates and tracks everything, enabling data product development teams to operate at speed concurrently.
“DataOps.live enables organizations to build, tes, t and deploy Snowflake products and applications, the same way they do software applications. They increase speed of development and accelerate adoption, while maintaining governance and security,” said Stefan Williams, head of corporate development and Snowflake Ventures. “By expanding our partnership with DataOps.live, we offer joint customers the ability to collaborate with confidence inside their organizations and beyond. We look forward to supporting the DataOps.live team through the next stages of their growth.”
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