About Us

StreamSets provides an innovative data operations platform that reinvents how enterprises deliver timely and trustworthy data to their critical applications. Its mission is to bring performance management to data in motion, so that data continually arrives on-time and with quality, empowering business-critical analysis and decision-making.

Our Story

StreamSets was founded in 2014, by Girish Pancha, former chief product officer of Informatica, and Arvind Prabhakar, an early employee and engineering leader at Cloudera. They formed the company to address the growing challenge of managing data in motion in a world marked by constant change — to data sources, to data processing infrastructure and to the data itself, a problem called data drift. StreamSets was created to re-envision the management of data flows from the ground up, avoiding the pitfalls of legacy offerings and enabling a new way to manage data in motion.

Our first product, StreamSets Data Collector, is used by hundreds of companies to build complex any-to-any dataflows, including Fortune 500 firms across a variety of industries such as financial services, manufacturing, healthcare, media, pharmaceuticals and technology.  

Our latest product, StreamSets Dataflow Performance Manager, or DPM, takes on the challenge of operating end-to-end dataflows. DPM is an operational control center that lets you map, measure and master your data in motion. First, it maps your diverse dataflows into topologies that support each of your key business processes. Then it measures the day-to-day operations of these topologies, and finally lets you master their performance by implementing service level agreements that ensure you are always delivering timely and trustworthy data.

StreamSets has offices in San Francisco, Silicon Valley and Barcelona and is backed by top-tier Silicon Valley venture capital firms, including Accel Partners, Battery Ventures, Ignition Partners and New Enterprise Associates (NEA). Our industry-leading partners include Cloudera, Databricks, MapR and Microsoft.  

Our Team

Girish Pancha
Chief Executive Officer
Arvind Prabhakar
Chief Technology Officer
Jonathan Natkins
Field Engineer Director
Alejandro Abdelnur
Software Engineer
Loretta Chen
Technical Writer
Harikiran Nayak
Software Engineer
Madhukar Devaraju
Software Engineer
Jonathan Daulton
Regional Director of Sales
Brock Noland
Software Engineer
Adam Kunicki
Field Engineer
Virag Kothari
Software Engineer
Kirit Basu
Director, Product Management
Rick Bilodeau
VP, Marketing
Bryan Duxbury
Vice President, Engineering
Jaime Caban
Workplace Manager
Jobi George
VP, Business Development
Santhosh Kumar
Software Developer
Alison Taylor
Technical Writer
Jennifer Bao
Financial Controller
Pat Patterson
Community Champion
Jerry Yu
Director, Operations
Junko Urata
Software Engineer
Tony Dang
Sales Development
Hari Shreedharan
Software Engineer
Sri Pallerla
Software Engineer
Ji Sun Kim
Software Engineer
Aneta Cechova
Customer Support Engineer
Rupal Shah
Field Engineer
Jim Whalen
Director System Engineering
Vu Trang
Head of Support
Jarcec Cecho
Software Engineer
Bob Plotts
Software Engineer
Srid Banoor
Software Engineer
Jeff Evans
Software Engineer
Wagner Camarao
Sofware Engineer
Dima Spivak
Software Engineer
Rohit Pawar
Software Engineer
Craig Warman
Solutions Architect
Kirti Velankar
Software Engineer
Bryan Beers
Regional Sales Director
Timothy Kirk
Timothy Kirk
Regional Sales Director
Takehiro Kuwabara
Takehiro Kuwabara
Software Engineer in Support
Palak Shah
Customer Support Engineer
Scott Caprio
Scott Caprio
Regoinal Sales Director
Tony McKeehan
Tony McKeehan
Software Engineer
Cindy Baptiste
Cindy Baptiste
Director, Channel Sales
Clarke Patterson
Head of Product Marketing
Ian Wrigley
Technology Evangelist
Mark Brooks
Solution Architect
Shekhar Iyer


Latest Press Coverage


  • Forbes


    "Over the last several years, the risk within modern data architectures has shifted from data at rest to data in motion. The conversation is moving from cheap and fast storage and analytics to guaranteeing the continuous delivery of timely and accurate data to drive modern apps and decision making."

  • Silicon Angle

    Silicon Angle

    "StreamSets Inc. wants to help organizations work through the checklist more easily. For its efforts, the startup has received $20 million in funding announced today from venture capital giants Accel Partners, Battery Ventures and New Enterprise Associates. The cash will go toward developing new features for its flagship “data operations” platform. "

  • Venture Beat

    Venture Beat

    "StreamSets, which provides software to manage various sets of data from a single control panel, today announced funding of $20 million in a round co-led by New Enterprise Associates (NEA) and Battery Ventures. Existing investor Accel also joined."

  • Fortune


    "Despite our own desire to get more done and hit every deadline, management consistently reminds us to take care of ourselves, and our families—to go home and take time off to have fun. They do their best to create a fun environment at the office, with regular gatherings and celebrations. Our families are encouraged to join in, too, so we are one happy family. Most companies give lip service to work-life balance, but our leaders mean it."

  • DZone


    "Origins in StreamSets Data Collector represent the source of data for a pipeline. Learn how to create a custom StreamSets origin that can support parallel execution."

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