Big Data startup Cloudera has filed confidentially for a public offering, according to Bloomberg. The IPO could reportedly value the company at $4.1 billion, which is equal to the valuation it reached with its most recent funding round in May 2014.
Founded in 2008, Cloudera has received more than $1 billion worth of investment, with about $370 million worth of shares purchased from existing investors; backers include Intel, Accel, Greylock Partners and Ignition Partners. The Bay Area-based company provides a data management and analytics platform, powered by an open-source software system designed to sort massive amounts of information.
Here’s a look at Cloudera’s funding history, along with valuations associated with each round: