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By George Leopold
More data management startups are emerging as data piles up. Among their goals is automating analytics cloud infrastructure. With competition in the data warehouse market heating up, one data management startup focusing on the Amazon Web Services Redshift platform said it is partnering with an infrastructure manager to help customers quickly shift raw data to Redshift so they can concentrate on extracting insights.
Panoply.io, a Tel Aviv-based startup that recently announced a $7 million early funding round, said Tuesday (Oct. 25) it is partnering with another Israeli startup, online software distributor ironSource, to use the latter’s data flow manager to connect integrated data with data warehouses based on AWS (NASDAQ: AMZN) Redshift.