Today we announced that we raised a $32M Series B round of funding led by Kleiner Perkins. This follows a $8.5m Series A last year led by Lightspeed Venture Partners, bringing our total funding to-date to a little over $40 million. With our Series B, Bucky Moore joins Ravi Mhatre on our board of directors. […]
We recently released Materialize 0.5! Here’s what’s new and improved. What’s changed in Materialize 0.5 Version 0.5 includes a number of improvements to help run Materialize in production and connect it to other systems. These include improved Postgres compatibility and beta releases of source caching and tables. As more customers bring Materialize to production, we […]
We’re proud to announce that we’ve just released Materialize version 0.4. Here is a quick overview of the main features. What’s changed in Materialize 0.4 Materialize 0.4 includes a number of stability improvements, which we’ve identified through customer feedback, as well as improving our own unit tests. We’ve built a chaos testing harness, which has […]
How do you build a streaming database from scratch?
We recently announced Materialize, a real-time streaming SQL database that powers production applications. The latest release of Materialize, version 0.3, is now available. Materialize lets you ask questions in real-time of your streaming data and get the latest answers back in milliseconds — offering the power and flexibility of a SQL database, but scaling to […]
We recently announced Materialize, the Streaming Data Warehouse. Our first beta release of Materialize, version 0.1, is available now. As a streaming data warehouse, Materialize lets you ask questions of your streaming data and get the latest answers back in milliseconds — offering the power and flexibility of a SQL data warehouse for real-time data. […]
Databases, and data infrastructure generally, have made substantial progress over the years. We now have access to cloud-native infrastructure that allows just about anyone to set up, maintain, and query databases at substantial scale. This is a serious departure from the monolithic software of years past, where getting access to a database involved multiple people […]