Okta reported quarterly results for the first time as a public company on Wednesday, beating analysts' estimates for revenue.
Sales in the fiscal first quarter jumped 67 percent from $31.7 million a year earlier. Subscription revenue, which outweighs professional services revenue, climbed 75 percent.
Guidance for the second quarter also topped estimates.
Okta shares rose 4.6 percent in after-hours trading to $26.85. The company's stock popped 38 percent in its first day of trading on the Nasdaq in April and, based on the price in extended trading, is up 58 percent since its debut.
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