Ditto raises $45M to help companies keep their data in sync
- Ditto’s platform emerged as a solution to these challenges.”At a high level, Ditto provides a database that runs across edge devices and in the cloud, allowing developers to store and sync data peer-to-peer across mobile and edge devices.
- Changes to data locally will offline sync once Ditto discovers cloud or peer devices, according to Fish.Ditto offers different versions of its cloud database, from a tenant in a shared environment to dedicated environments that are managed in a customer’s own cloud account.
- Developers can use it to subscribe to data that they need or want to see.Ditto works across Bluetooth, peer-to-peer Wi-Fi and local wired networks to automatically find and connect to other devices and then synchronize data.
- Developers can opt to use the platform’s APIs or query-based sync — or both, depending on their needs.Image Credits: Ditto“By operating independently of an internet connection, Ditto’s platform enables industries to swiftly adopt contactless solutions, bolstering their apps and processes with added resiliency and redundancy,” Fish said.
- Ditto maintains several active government and military contracts as well, Fish says, including a deal worth up to $950 million with the U.S. Air Force.“Strategic shifts in recent years led to a focus on resilient information sharing as a top priority across the U.S. government and allies,” Fish said.
- Many apps today assume that data lives in only one location, typically a single cloud database.
Many apps today assume that data lives in only one location, typically a single cloud database. But the reality is more complex. Thanks to the proliferation of mobile devices and cloud infrastructure [+4822 chars]