Conduktor, a Jackson, Wyoming-based all-in-one interface that simplifies working with one of the most notoriously difficult to work with data streaming platforms, Apache Kafka, raised $20 million in a Series A funding round.
The round was led by Accel, with participation from Frontline Ventures and Aglaé Ventures.
The investment will allow the company to continue global rollouts, hire key talent, and develop new tools and options that provide enterprise users with more visibility, control, and testing capabilities around their real-time data. To date, the firm has raised $22 million.
Company: Conduktor Inc.
Round: Series A
Funding Month: November 2021
Lead Investors: Accel
Additional Investors: Frontline Ventures and Aglaé Ventures
Company Website: https://www.conduktor.io/
Software Category: Apache Kafka enterprise platform
About the Company: Conduktor is an Apache Kafka enterprise platform, most famous for its Kafka desktop application. Conduktor helps companies operate their data using Apache Kafka. We provide an Apache Kafka Desktop Client, allowing our users to perform their Kafka development and administration tasks with ease and efficiency. Since 2020, the startup has attracted over 60,000 users from some 9,000 companies and monetizes via a three-tiered subscription model: free for individuals; a professional paid plan for small businesses with a maximum of 10 users; and an enterprise plan for larger customers and teams with a broader feature set and unlimited users.