Conduktor, a Jackson, WY-based company focused on all-in-one interface that simplifies working, raised $20M in Series A funding.
The round was led by Accel with participation from Frontline Ventures and Aglaé Ventures.
The company intends to use the funds to:
- continue rolling out to businesses globally;
- develop new tools and products to give enterprises greater visibility, control and testing capabilities around their real time data; and
- hire talent.
Founded in 2020 by Nicolas Orban (CEO), Stephane Maarek (CMO), and Stephane Derosiaux (CTO), Conduktor provides an Apache Kafka enterprise platform that simplifies working with real time data in the Apache Kafka ecosystem. Its native desktop application can plug directly into Kafka and ease the development and management of users’ Apache Kafka data clusters, applications and microservices. Conduktor can be used across industries by companies with a few or thousands of users to significantly improve how their teams work.
Conduktor Desktop has attracted more than 60,000 users from over 9,000 companies, including the likes of Draftkings and Olo.