AtScale raises $50 million

San Mateo, California-based data warehouse virtualization platform company AtScale, has closed a Series D funding round of $50 million. The investment was led by Morgan Stanley, with participation from existing investors Storm Ventures, and Atlantic Bridge; along with Wells Fargo .

The AtScale platform serves as the virtualization layer for online analytical processing (OLAP), enabling organizations to integrate cloud data platforms like Snowflake, Google BigQuery, Amazon Redshift and Microsoft Azure SQL Data Warehouse into their operational analytics, says the company.

AtScale customers include TD Bank, Allstate, Kraft-Heinz and JPMorgan Chase, according to a statement released by the company.

[Image courtesy:  AtScale]

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