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Founded 2013

Databricks

2021 Revenue

$425.0M

YOY

21.08%

Funding

$1.9B

Overview

About Databricks

Unified Data Analytics Platform - One cloud platform for massive scale data engineering and collaborative data science.

Monthly Revenue

$35.4M

+ $6.2M (21.08%)
Total Expenses

$35.4M

=
Net Income

-$1.0

Ebidta Margin

0.00%

+
YOY Growth

21.08%

=
Rule of 40

21


Headquarters

United States

Databricks Revenue vs Funding

$Funding$Revenue

Revenue

In 2021, Databricks revenue run rate hit $425.0M in revenue.

5805.00%▲127.00%▲108.00%▲21.00%▲$1.3M$74.4M$169.0M$351.0M$425.0M

Funding History

Databricks has raised a total of $1.9B.

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Funding DateRoundTotalValuation
02/01/2021$1.0B$28.0B
10/22/2019$400.0M$6.2B
05/02/2019$250.0M$2.8B
08/22/2017$140.0M$900.0M
12/15/2016$60.0M$513.0M
06/30/2014$33.0M
09/25/2013$14.0M

Customers

Databricks has 6K customers.

Lifetime Months

×
Monthly ARPU

$6.2K

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Lifetime Dollars


Acquisition Cost

Average Annual Price

$74.4K

$0$74.4K024681012

Churn

Databricks has an annual churn rate of 0.00%

Churn vs Expansion

-100-500%50100
Gross Annual Dollar Churn

-0.00%

Annual Dollar Expansion

0.00%

Net Revenue Retention

100.00%

Team

Employees

Databricks has 1,662 employees. They have 307 sales reps that carry a quota They have an engineering team of 683. and a marketing team of 48.

20152017201820192020378.00%▲135.00%▲74.00%▲44.00%▲
DistributionQty

Total Team Size

1662

Engineers

683 (41%)

Sales

307 (18%)

Marketing

48 (3%)

CEO/Founder

Ali Ghodsi

Ali Ghodsi is the CEO and co-founder of Databricks, responsible for the growth and international expansion of the company. He previously served as the VP of Engineering and Product Management before taking the role of CEO in January 2016. In addition to his work at Databricks, Ali serves as an adjunct professor at UC Berkeley and is on the board at UC Berkeley’s RiseLab. Ali was one of the original creators of open source project, Apache Spark, and ideas from his academic research in the areas of resource management and scheduling and data caching have been applied to Apache Mesos and Apache Hadoop. Ali received his MBA from Mid-Sweden University in 2003 and PhD from KTH/Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden in 2006 in the area of Distributed Computing


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Frequently Asked Questions about Databricks

When was Databricks founded?

Databricks was founded in 2013.


Who is the CEO of Databricks?

The CEO of Databricks is Ali Ghodsi


How many employees does Databricks have?

Databricks has 1,662 employees.

How much revenue does Databricks generate?

Databricks generates $425.0M in revenue.


How much funding does Databricks have?

Databricks has raised $1.9B.


Where is Databricks headquarters?

Databricks is headquartered at United States

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