Azerbaijani startup iomete (YC W22) iomete (YC W22) – Data Infrastructure-as-a-Platform for Start/Scale-ups is now a Y Combinator-backed company!
Iomete is the first Azerbaijani startup to be accepted to Y Combinator accelerator program.
The team started iomete because as in-house data engineers the team observed a recurring problem: Building data infrastructure is complex and requires significant engineering effort.
There are many vendor solutions available that address a part of the data infrastructure (e.g. Lakehouse, Data Governance, ETL, BI etc), yet engineering teams are required to integrate these multi-vendor solutions in order to create a complete and effective data infrastructure. This is time-consuming and costly.
Iomete is the first complete data infrastructure delivered as a single platform. It’s an all-in-one solution that replaces Snowflake (Lakehouse), Databricks (Jobs and ETL), Fivetran (onboarding 3rd party data), Informatica (Data Governance), and Looker/Tableau (BI) with a single platform.
Iomete provides a fully-managed experience. Customers always have access to the latest data infrastructure and don’t have to worry about updates or maintenance. Each customer has access to a dedicated solution engineer that’s only one slack message away.
Iomete’s platform is scalable and built to support all growth phases. It is used by customers ranging from a Series A fintech startup to a multi-billion oil corporation.
Lastly, using iomete can reduce data infrastructure spend by a factor 2-5x, because customers are technically sharing the burden of building and maintaining data infrastructure. In addition, paying multiple vendors for individual solutions tends to be more expensive than paying one vendor for an all-in solution.
About Y Combinator:
Based in Silicon Valley, Y Combinator is one of the most prestigious start-up accelerators in the world. Since 2005, YCombinator has invested in nearly 3,000 companies including Airbnb, Stripe, Reddit, DoorDash, Instacart, Dropbox, and Coinbase. It might be harder to get into YCombinator than it is to get to Mars and we feel both fortunate and grateful to be part of this community.