Alteryx vs Snowflake
Last updated: January 07, 2021
Alteryx provides an indispensable and easy-to-use analytics platform for enterprise companies making critical decisions that drive their business strategy. Alteryx Analytics provides analysts with an intuitive workflow for data blending and advanced analytics that leads to deeper insights in hours, not the weeks typical of traditional approaches.
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Alteryx vs Snowflake in our news:
2021 - Cloud security startup Lacework has raised $525M
Lacework, the cloud security startup providing solution built on top of Snowflake platform, has raised $525 million Series D bringing its overall funding to over $1 billion. The company reported that revenue grew 300% year over year for the second straight year. One of the reasons for such widespread interest from investors and customers is the breadth of the company’s security solution. It enables companies to build securely in the cloud, and we span across multiple different categories of markets, which enable the customers to do that. That encompasses a range of services, including configuration and compliance, security for infrastructure as code, build time and runtime vulnerability scanning and runtime security for cloud native environments like Kubernetes and containers.
2014 - Alteryx gets $60M to develop analytical app-building platform. Beware Trifacta
Alteryx, a platform that provides a way to build analytical apps from a variety data sources via a workflow interface, got a big boost in funding - $60M Series B round led by SAP. Alteryx allows you to create a workflow by dragging in various data sources and other objects. You can then package this design into an application which you can share with others or you can use it to generate reports, pivot tables or whatever you require. Company president George says that they are not competing with the usual Business Intelligence suspects, whether that’s more modern platforms like Tableau and QlikView or more traditional enterprise players like SAP Business Objects (where Mathew came from), Oracle Hyperion or IBM Cognos.