Satori, which provides a data operations platform for cloud-based data stores and infrastructure, said a recent series A funding round brought in $20 million, which the company plans to spend on product research and development and for expanding its U.S. go-to-market operations, VentureBeat reports.
Satori’s solution seeks to address organization’s difficulties in migrating analytics and data to cloud environments, which are largely related to concerns over security, compliance and technology maturity. It does this by integrating security into its data operations and giving data teams the ability to apply controls across data stores while leveraging integrations with solutions including Microsoft Azure SQL, Snowflake, Amazon Athena, Amazon Aurora and Amazon Redshift. Satori also offers data access controls for handling personally identifiable information, self-service data access for analytics environments and a no-code data security operations model.
Satori’s short-term plans include expansion into new types of data technologies such as NoSQL and entering into strategic partnerships to provide enterprise-oriented capabilities, according to company co-founder and CEO Eldad Chai.