StreamSets, a San Francisco, CA-based provider of a DataOps platform for modern data integration, raised $35m in Series C funding.
The round – which brought total funding to over $65m – was led by Harmony Partners with participation from new investor Tenaya Capital, and existing investors Battery Ventures and New Enterprise Associates.
The company intends to use the funds to accelerate its international go-to-market, research and development efforts, and customer-facing functions.
Founded in 2014 by Girish Pancha, CEO, and Arvind Prabhakar, a former engineering leader at Informatica and Cloudera, StreamSets provides a DataOps Platform that lets enterprises build, integrate, deploy and operate dataflow architectures for big data and streaming applications — all as a continuous, disciplined process. They accelerate the delivery of data serving key initiatives such as customer 360, cybersecurity and IoT.
StreamSets Data Collector™, the open source core of the StreamSets platform launched three years ago, has been downloaded well over 2 million times by thousands of companies, including over one-third of the Fortune 500. Commercial customers include leading firms such as GSK, Chesapeake Energy and Solera Holdings, plus state and government agencies in multiple countries.