Keebo AI Optimizes Data Warehouses Using an Automated ‘Learning’ Platform


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Michigan-based Keebo AI offers a data learning platform that makes the entire process of optimizing the cost and performance of data warehouses intelligent and automated. The company has announced a series A round of funding totaling USD 10.5 million.

The semi-automated on premise beta version of the turn-key and drop-in solution made its initial appearance in 2021. The company has now expanded to fully automated warehouse optimization with this round. The hosted capability, according to the company, enables businesses to reduce the cost of their cloud warehousing by an average of 30–60%.

It can quickly identify opportunities to make data processing more efficient with less cloud usage. With the completion of this round of funding, led by True Ventures, Keebo has now raised a total of USD 15 million.

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