Databricks

Databricks’ vision is to empower anyone to easily build and deploy advanced analytics solutions. The company was founded by the team who created Apache® Spark™, a powerful open source data processing engine built for sophisticated analytics, ease of use, and speed. Databricks is the largest contributor to the open source Apache Spark project providing 10x more code than any other company.

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APACHE SPARK-BASED CLOUD PROVIDER DATABRICKS BAGS $33M

Apache | July 02, 2014

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Databricks, a company started by the founders of Apache Spark, an open source processing engine for large-scale datasets, has secured $33m in funding. The news comes as the firm pushes its first commercial Spark-based offering live.Spark, an open source process licensed under Apache, is essentially an engine that can process vast amounts of data very quickly. It runs in Hadoop clusters through YARN or as a standalone deployment and can process data in HDFS, HBase, Cassandra, Hive, and any Hadoop...

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DATABRICKS AND MICROSOFT PARTNER ON CLOUD-POWERED ANALYTICS

Databricks | November 20, 2017

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Databricks has partnered up with Microsoft to offer its Unified Analytics Platform on Microsoft Azure as an integrated service within the Microsoft portal....

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MICROSOFT 'CONNECTS' WITH OPEN SOURCE DATABRICKS, CASSANDRA, MARIADB

Microsoft | November 17, 2017

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Microsoft used its Connect 2017 conference in New York to unveil new Visual Studio tools that help developers harness the growing opportunity from artificial-intelligence-enabled applications....

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DATABRICKS SECURES $250M FUNDING AS A16Z CLAIMS ITS VICTORY IN BIG DATA PLATFORMS

cloudcomputing | February 06, 2019

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It’s another big day for big data; analytics platform provider Databricks has raised $250 million (£193.3m) in a series E funding round and now sits atop a $2.75 billion valuation.The funding was led by Andreessen Horowitz (a16z), and featured participation from Coatue Management, Microsoft, and New Enterprise Associates (NEA). In a statement, Ben Horowitz said that a16z was “thrilled” to invest in this funding round and that Databricks was the “clear winner in the ...

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APACHE SPARK-BASED CLOUD PROVIDER DATABRICKS BAGS $33M

Apache | July 02, 2014

Databricks, a company started by the founders of Apache Spark, an open source processing engine for large-scale datasets, has secured $33m in funding. The news comes as the firm pushes its first commercial Spark-based offering live.Spark, an open source process licensed under Apache, is essentially an engine that can process vast amounts of data very quickly. It runs in Hadoop clusters through YARN or as a standalone deployment and can process data in HDFS, HBase, Cassandra, Hive, and any Hadoop...

Read More
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DATABRICKS AND MICROSOFT PARTNER ON CLOUD-POWERED ANALYTICS

Databricks | November 20, 2017

Databricks has partnered up with Microsoft to offer its Unified Analytics Platform on Microsoft Azure as an integrated service within the Microsoft portal....

Read More
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MICROSOFT 'CONNECTS' WITH OPEN SOURCE DATABRICKS, CASSANDRA, MARIADB

Microsoft | November 17, 2017

Microsoft used its Connect 2017 conference in New York to unveil new Visual Studio tools that help developers harness the growing opportunity from artificial-intelligence-enabled applications....

Read More
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DATABRICKS SECURES $250M FUNDING AS A16Z CLAIMS ITS VICTORY IN BIG DATA PLATFORMS

cloudcomputing | February 06, 2019

It’s another big day for big data; analytics platform provider Databricks has raised $250 million (£193.3m) in a series E funding round and now sits atop a $2.75 billion valuation.The funding was led by Andreessen Horowitz (a16z), and featured participation from Coatue Management, Microsoft, and New Enterprise Associates (NEA). In a statement, Ben Horowitz said that a16z was “thrilled” to invest in this funding round and that Databricks was the “clear winner in the ...

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