Arraylake empowers scientific data teams to build faster and collaborate more effectively.

At Earthmover, we believe that scientific data are key to solving humanity’s greatest challenges. And we know that scientists today are struggling with tools that don’t understand scientific data formats and data models. For the past year, we’ve been hard at work building a platform to transform how scientists interact with data in the cloud. Today, we are thrilled to announce the launch of Arraylake in private beta. Arraylake is a data lake platform built around collections of multidimensional numerical arrays (a.k.a. ND-arrays, tensors)—the native data model of physical, biological, and computational sciences, not to mention deep learning. Given the centrality of tensors to so many disciplines, we were frustrated that they are poorly supported by today’s cloud data infrastructure. Exi…
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We are hiring two founding engineers to help us build our first products.

How do we best utilize software and data to tackle our planet’s most urgent challenges? Being part of the answer to this question is why I am so excited about what we’re building at Earthmover. I was trained as an engineer and a climate scientist, and previously co-founded CarbonPlan, a non-profit working to improve the quality of climate solutions through open data and tools. For the past ten years, I’ve been developing open source software and community projects that help scientists and engineers to make better use of climate and weather data. Collectively, we have a lot of work to do to address the climate crisis, and today, I’m more sure than ever that software and data are going to be key elements of our collective response to the challenges ahead. A few months ago, Ryan Abernathey an…
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Earthmover is an early-stage startup building a platform for scientific data analytics in the cloud.

Earthmover, an early-stage startup, is building a platform for scientific data analytics in the cloud. Our mission is to empower our customers to use scientific data to address our planet’s most urgent challenges. It started in the dark days of 2020. My life, like millions of others around the world, was suddenly and severely disrupted by the lockdowns. I was uncertain about the future and scared for my family. But I also experienced a euphoric sense of liberation: big changes are possible, and in fact may be just around the corner. We can break our patterns. Like many other climate scientists, I also pondered the parallels between COVID and climate change: a dire global problem, illuminated by science, twisted by politics, and ultimately solvable through a mix of ambitious engineering a…
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