ClickHouse is an open-source column-oriented DBMS (columnar database management system) for online analytical processing (OLAP) that allows users to generate analytical reports using SQL queries in real-time.
Its technology works 100-1000x faster than traditional database management systems and processes hundreds of millions to over a billion rows and tens of gigabytes of data per server per second. With a widespread user base around the globe, the technology has received praise for its reliability, ease of use, and fault tolerance.
In September of 2021 in San Fransisco, CA, ClickHouse incorporated to house the open source technology with an initial $50 million investment from Index Ventures and Benchmark Capital. On October 28, 2021 the company received Series B funding totaling $250 million at an evaluation of $2 billion from Coatue Management, Altimeter Capital, and other investors. The company continues to build the open source project and engineering the cloud technology.
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The investment was led by Coatue and Altimeter, with participation from Index Ventures, Benchmark, Lightspeed, Redpoint, Almaz, Yandex N.V., FirstMark and Lead Edge.Read More
ClickHouse Valued at $2 Billion in Round After Yandex Spinout.Read More
Why Lightspeed invested in ClickHouse: a database built for speed.Read More
New financing will allow the open source success to build a world-class, commercial-grade cloud solution that’s secure, compliant, and convenient for any customer to use.Read More
The creators of the popular ClickHouse project just raised $50 million from Index and Benchmark to form a company that will take on Splunk and Druid in the white-hot data space.Read More
Our road to ClickHouse started like a good spy novel, with a complex series of introductions over Telegram, clandestine text conversations spanning months before we finally managed to meet the team “face-to-face” (aka over Zoom).Read More
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