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Pachyderm Rasies 10M in Series A and Announces Next Major Version: v1.8

Today we are proud to announce that Pachyderm has closed a Series A financing of $10M led by Benchmark, with participation from existing investors Ace & Co, Blumberg Capital, Data Collective, Foundation Capital, Susa Ventures, Tuesday Capital, and Y Combinator. As part of the funding, Benchmark’s Chetan Puttagunta will be joining our board...

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This is a big week in terms of announcements from Pachyderm. Not only did we raise $10m in series A, but we’re also announcing the general availability of Pachyderm 1.8! With this latest release, Pachyderm is faster - much faster - and includes new and improved support for structured data, as well as new options for auth. Needless to say, there’s a lot of enterprisey goodness packed into 1.8 and you can read all about it

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One of the most remarkable things about Pachyderm 1.8 is the platforms ability to reach a new level of scale and speed. We’ve been hard at work to ensure that Pachyderm is the best data science platform out there and is capable of handling even the most demanding of enterprise workloads. Needless to say, we’ve exceeded even our own expectations with more than a 1000x speed improvement for certain workloads. Bryce McAnally, one of Pachyderm’s lead engineers, spearheaded this effort and provides a deep-dive on how we were able to achieve these massive gains.

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One of the major features included in Pachyderm v1.8 is improved support for large file of structured data. Specifically, users who want to use Pachyderm as their versioned data lake and dump large swaths of csv and SQL data into Pachyderm repos to track how those files change over time.

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AgBiome is a biotechnology company that uses their knowledge of the plant-associated microbiome to create innovative crop-protection products. Recently named as one of the 50 leading AgTech companies in the world, they isolate, catalog and sequence the genomes for tens of thousands of microbes each year from samples gathered around the world to create more effective and sustainable agricultural products. They looked to Pachyderm to automate their genomics pipelines and convert their existing pipelines from manually managed scripts to scalable, repeatable end-to-end workflows.

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