Data observability startup Acceldata Inc. today announced Snowflake Inc. now powers its Data Observability Cloud to provide joint customers with improved visibility and reliability in monitoring and analyzing the performance and configuration of modern data environments.
With the new integration with Snowflake, joint customers can now ensure resources are used efficiently. Acceldata’s Data Observability Cloud provides data teams with actionable insights into spending, administration and usage trends, as well as alerts for misconfigurations or anomalies. Support includes guardrails to align cost to value, deliver high-quality data and better monitor and analyze performances and configurations to get the most from their Snowflake instance.
“Based on our growing number of customer engagements, we know that data quality and performance are top customer concerns for data teams, and both are intrinsically related to cost,” Ashwin Rajeeva, chief technology officer and co-founder of Acceldata, said in a statement. “When an organization has consistent data quality, they usually see a dramatic improvement in performance.”
Rajeeva added that the partnership with Snowflake allowed Acceldata to offer improved visibility into the data stack, better resource efficiency and optimization of overall spending.
Acceldata has grown rapidly since SiliconANGLE last covered the company when it raised $8.5 million in new venture capital funding in October 2020, raising a subsequent Series B round of $35 million in September 2021.
Founded by four former Hortonworks Inc. engineers in 2018, Acceldata offers a platform for machine learning and analytics teams to find and resolve problems with data. The company’s platform synthesizes signals across workloads, infrastructure and usage into a single view that enables customers to predict, identify and fix data issues.
Acceldata works with open-source technologies such as Apache NiFi, Druid, Spark, Spark Streaming, Kafka, Flink, HBase and Hive, as well as cloud services that include Amazon Web Services Inc.’s EMR and Google LLC’s Dataproc in any combination.
Notable Acceldata customers include Oracle Corp., Dun & Bradstreet Corp., DBS Bank Ltd., True Corp. Public Co. Ltd. and Verisk Analytics Inc. Acceldata has raised $45.6 million in funding, according to Crunchbase and counts among its investors Insight Partners, Emergent Capital, March Capital and Sorenson Ventures.