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With $29M in funding, Isovalent launches its cloud-native networking and security platform

With M in funding, Isovalent launches its cloud-native networking and security platform Isovalent, a startup that aims to bring networking into the cloud-native era, today announced that it has raised a $29 million Series A round led by Andreesen Horowitz and Google. In addition, the company today officially launched its Cilium platform (which was in […]

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WhyLabs brings more transparancy to ML ops

WhyLabs brings more transparancy to ML ops WhyLabs, a new machine learning startup that was spun out of the Allen Institute, is coming out of stealth today. Founded by a group of former Amazon machine learning engineers, Alessya Visnjic, Sam Gracie and Andy Dang, together with Madrona Venture Group principal Maria Karaivanova, WhyLabs’ focus is […]

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As DevOps takes off, site reliability engineers are flying high

As DevOps takes off, site reliability engineers are flying high Jason Kong Contributor Jason Kong is an Investor at IVP, where he focuses on identifying and evaluating later-stage enterprise and consumer technology investments. Cack Wilhelm Contributor Share on Twitter Cack Wilhelm is a partner at IVP who focuses on growth-stage technology companies. She serves as […]

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SaaS securitization will disrupt VC’s biggest returns this coming decade

SaaS securitization will disrupt VC’s biggest returns this coming decade SaaS investing has been on fire the past decade and the returns have been gushing in, with IPOs like Datadog, direct listings like Slack and acquisitions like Qualtrics (which is now being spun back out) creating billions of wealth and VC returns. Dozens more SaaS […]

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12 top cybersecurity VCs discuss investing, valuations and no-go zones

12 top cybersecurity VCs discuss investing, valuations and no-go zones Cybersecurity is by far the most important area in any industry. Without it, we would be in hacker open season. But cybersecurity is difficult to get right. One wrong move and you can leave the door open for data breaches, ransomware and nation state-backed espionage. That’s […]

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Amid shift to remote work, application performance monitoring is IT’s big moment

Amid shift to remote work, application performance monitoring is IT’s big moment In recent weeks, millions have started working from home, putting unheard-of pressure on services like video conferencing, online learning, food delivery and e-commerce platforms. While some verticals have seen a marked reduction in traffic, others are being asked to scale to new heights. […]

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‘A city where you can pilot almost anything and figure out if it’s going to work’

‘A city where you can pilot almost anything and figure out if it’s going to work’ Scott Bade Contributor Share on Twitter Scott Bade is a former speechwriter for Mike Bloomberg and co-author of “More Human: Designing a World Where People Come First.” More posts by this contributor The tech of giving back: an interview […]

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Most tech companies aren’t WeWork

Most tech companies aren’t WeWork Shin Kim Contributor Share on Twitter Shin Kim is working on a new SaaS startup and is also chief of staff to entrepreneur Elad Gil . Previously, Shin was at Oak Hill Capital and J.P. Morgan and earned a Master’s in EECS (data science) from UC Berkeley. With the recent […]

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R.I.P. Goofy Times

R.I.P. Goofy Times A strange new sensation has settled across the tech industry, one so foreign, so alien, it’s almost hard to recognize. A sense that some great expectations are being radically revised downwards; that someone has turned down a previously unquenchable money spigot; that unit economics can matter even when you’re in growth mode. […]

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Optimizing customer retention will be a priority in 2020

Optimizing customer retention will be a priority in 2020 Guy Marion Contributor Share on Twitter Guy Marion is CEO/co-founder of Brightback, the first automated customer retention software for subscription businesses. More posts by this contributor 6 steps to reduce churn for high-volume subscription companies We’ve seen our fair share of shocking headlines recently: tenuous IPOs, […]

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