Chartio data visualisation suite being acquired by Atlassian, will no longer be available
The Chartio data analytics and visualization platform has been acquired by productivity giant Atlassian. It will no longer be available for customer use by March of 2022.
Chartio will now be a part of the Atlassian platform, with customers currently using it for data visualization no longer being able to do so after March 1st, 2022. This is explained by Chartio CEO Dave Fowler as a need "to be singularly focused on the mission of delivering powerful cross-product analytics and visualization to the Atlassian platform." Fowler also states that they will contact customers directly about the next steps to take.
Chartio usage statistics were also shared alongside the acquisition announcement. As of February 25th, 2021, "over 10.5 million charts have been created for 540k dashboards by 280k users pulling from over 100k data sources." This is underscored by the need for all of these users and this data to find a new home for their data analytics and visualization needs.
In addition to the direct communication Fowler described, Chartio has posted a migration guide for its users to export their data to another analytics solution like Looker, Tableau, or Keeeb. This guide will be updated as the March 1st, 2022 end date for Chartio draws near.
Further coverage: Chartio Blog
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