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Announcing Imply Polaris
Today, we're excited to announce a major leap forward in ease-of-use with the introduction of Imply Polaris, our fully-managed, database-as-a-service.
The Rise of a New Analytics Hero in 2022
Every year industry pundits predict data and analytics becoming more valuable the following year. But this doesn’t take a crystal ball to predict. There’s instead something much more interesting happening that’s going to change everything in the analytics world
A new shape for Apache Druid
Today, I'm prepared to share our progress on this effort and some of our plans for the future. But before diving further into that, let's take a closer look at how Druid's core query engine executes queries, so we can then compare it with the multi-stage approach.
Why I joined Imply
I’ve been leading engineering and product at Imply for 5 months now, and every day is more exciting than the one before. Just before Imply, I was a Partner at Andreessen Horowitz, directly involved in the investments in tens of companies and on the board of many. Many wonder: "having seen hundreds of companies at Andreessen Horowitz, why did I choose Imply?” The truth is it would have been a mistake not to.
Imply Raises $30M in Series B funding at $350M Valuation
I’m excited to announce that Imply has raised a $30M Series B funding round led by Andreessen Horowitz, with participation from Geodesic Capital and Khosla Ventures. We are excited to partner again with A16Z as the lead investor to continue to build out the company, and we look forward to working closely with Geodesic Capital towards international expansion.
Imply Raises Series A funding
I'm excited to announce that Imply has raised a $13.3M Series A, led by Andreessen Horowitz, and joined by our seed investor, Khosla Ventures.
Announcing Imply: An Enterprise Solution for Druid and Interactive Analytics at Scale
Today, Gian Merlino, Vadim Ogievetsky, and I are extremely excited to announce Imply, a company for interactive analytics at scale, centered around the Druid open source data store. We first began working on Druid at a startup called Metamarkets, and over the last few years, we’ve been proud to watch the project grow and take on a life of its own.