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Crate.io

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Founded Year

2013

Stage

Series B | Alive

Total Raised

$29.11M

Last Raised

$10M | 2 yrs ago

About Crate.io

Crate.io is a scalable real-time database for the machine data era, such as information from the Internet of Things that stores massive amounts of data over the cloud and provides it via SQL connections.

Headquarters Location

535 Mission St., 14th floor

San Francisco, California, 94105,

United States

415-358-0808

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Cloud database management systems provide a way for organizations to manage and control their data across cloud platforms and applications including collecting, storing, and securing data.

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Crate.io's Products & Differentiators

    CrateDB

    CrateDB is a global multi-model database that enables companies to access data insights at scale. The flexible, distributed database solution combines the performance of NoSQL with the power and simplicity of standard SQL. Optimized for large data volumes with high compute and data versatility requirements, CrateDB runs in the cloud, on the edge and on-premise.

Latest Crate.io News

AI Career Notes: October 2022 Edition

Oct 12, 2022

In this monthly feature we bring you up to date on the latest career developments in the enterprise AI community – promotions, new hires and accolades: Moshe Bar Moshe Bar, chief executive officer and chairman of CodeNotary, was appointed to the board of the AlmaLinux OS Foundation, an open source, community-governed and forever-free enterprise Linux distribution. Before CodeNotary, Bar was a co-founder of Qumranet, which was acquired by Red Hat. He went on to serve as senior vice president for four years at Red Hat. “The world needs a Linux distribution that is truly owned and supported by the community and prioritizes security, provenance guarantee and trust,“ said Bar. “AlmaLinux has taken on that role amid enthusiastic community adoption.” John Bertero  LIQID Inc., a leading data center composability solutions provider, appointed John Bertero as its chief revenue officer. Bertero joined the company from Nutanix, where he ultimately served as chief operating officer of the Americas. He also served in leadership positions at SAP, Sr. Vice President at Hitachi Security Systems, and EMC. “Liqid Matrix CDI software and solutions have the potential to change the way the industry architects its data centers. By introducing unprecedented software-defined data performance and operational efficiencies that meaningfully reduce capital- and operational expenditures, Liqid Matrix offers the opportunity to manage bare-metal resources such as GPU with the agility that VMware brought to traditional server architectures,” Bertero said. “I look forward to collaborating across Liqid’s sales, engineering, marketing, operations, and leadership teams to identify new markets, develop new revenue streams, and expand customer and partner successes with Liqid Matrix software and solutions.” Akos Berzi Crate.io, the enterprise data management company enabling data insights at scale, appointed Akos Berzi as its chief financial officer. Berzi is an entrepreneurial-minded finance leader with more than 20 years of experience in the field of strategic finance and business development. “I am incredibly excited to join Crate.io at such an important time for the company,” Berzi said. “With plans to scale further globally, I am looking forward to supporting our ambitious growth plans. Crate.io has a great team in a forward-looking industry that represents the next big thing after my endeavors at Organica Water and Transcend Software in the cleantech space. I believe that Crate.io will play a substantive role in the industry 5.0 ecosystem and beyond, and I feel privileged to be part of the next wave of digitalization.” Annabelle Bexiga Quantexa, a data and analytics software company, appointed Annabelle Bexiga to its board of directors. Bexiga currently serves as the non-executive director for DWS Group, Stonex Group, and Triton International. Prior to her current roles, she served as the chief information officer advisor at Zoom. “This incredible journey of continuous learning from brilliant technologists and courageous leaders continues through my board and advisory work,” said Bexiga. “I am especially excited to join the board of Quantexa because they truly understand that today in the face of rapidly changing conditions, enterprises need to drive greater accuracy in decisions and innovation with data and analytics technology at the core. The Quantexa team are working to help organizations solve today’s major challenges in utilizing data effectively to improve their operations and the services they provide to their customers.” Daniel Brennan Dataiku, the platform for everyday AI, appointed Daniel Brennan as its chief legal officer. Before joining Dataiku, Brennan served as vice president and deputy general counsel of Twitter. He also spent 11 years at Dell Technologies, where his last role before moving on was as director, legal, of its global services business unit. “I have long been fascinated with the power of software, and nowhere is that power more profound than in the fields of AI and machine learning,” said Brennan. “Dataiku’s platform is catching on like wildfire among global enterprises. This groundbreaking AI technology, along with the company’s employee-first culture, was an incredibly appealing combination, and I am looking forward to playing a part in the company’s growth.” Samuel Bonamigo Databricks, the lakehouse company, appointed Samuel Bonamigo as its senior vice president and general manager of the EMEA region. Bonamigo joined Databricks from Google, where he most recently served as EMEA South VP for GCP helping to grow the team, manage large partnerships, and work with the entire ecosystem of partners and GSIs. “I’m thrilled to join Databricks and I really think we are in the early days of the potential for growth in the EMEA region,” says Bonamigo. “The impact we are going to make over the next year as more customers adopt our Lakehouse architecture will be huge. I can’t wait to see the continued impact that we will have on customers across all industries, as data and AI are increasingly needed to transform businesses and solve some of the world’s toughest problems.” Jason Child Arm appointed Jason Child as its chief financial officer. Child brings more than 30 years of experience in leadership to Arm, most recently having served as senior vice president and CFO at Splunk. At Arm, he will be responsible for leading the company’s global finance and IT organizations. “Since its founding, Arm has had an incredible history of innovation and leadership in the semiconductor industry,” said Child. “Arm is a world-class, category leader and I am thrilled to join as CFO during this exciting time for the company.” Nathan Cobb Quantinuum, a quantum computing company, appointed Nathan Cobb as its chief commercial officer. Cobb has Read more…

Crate.io Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Crate.io founded?

    Crate.io was founded in 2013.

  • Where is Crate.io's headquarters?

    Crate.io's headquarters is located at 535 Mission St., 14th floor, San Francisco.

  • What is Crate.io's latest funding round?

    Crate.io's latest funding round is Series B.

  • How much did Crate.io raise?

    Crate.io raised a total of $29.11M.

  • Who are the investors of Crate.io?

    Investors of Crate.io include Molten Ventures, Vito Ventures, Flatz & Partners, Solomon Hykes, Zetta Venture Partners and 10 more.

  • Who are Crate.io's competitors?

    Competitors of Crate.io include MarkLogic, SingleStore, Databricks, dbt Labs, Timescale and 13 more.

  • What products does Crate.io offer?

    Crate.io's products include CrateDB.

  • Who are Crate.io's customers?

    Customers of Crate.io include Alpla, Bitmovin, Xymatic, McAfee and TGW.

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