Cloud Launcher has long been Google’s marketplace for cloud-based application from third-party vendors that lets you deploy them in Google’s cloud with just a few clicks. That name never quite highlighted that Cloud Launcher also included commercial applications and that Google cloud handle the billing for those and combine it with a user’s regular GCP bill, so the company has now decided to rebrand the services as the GCP Marketplace.
Many organizations are challenged at how to best establish a successful governance strategy around their master data management efforts. It starts with the right individuals and attitude.
Undo, a long time player in the debugging tools space, offering its program execution capture and replay technology to help others diagnose software failures, has closed a $14 million Series B round led by Cambridge Innovation Capital, the Cambridge, UK-based builder of tech and healthcare companies.
The 2005 founded startup — initially bootstrapped (out of founder Greg Law’s garden shed) — has come a long way, and now has more than 30 paying customers for what it describes as its “record, rewind and replay” debugging technology, including the likes of SAP HANA, Mentor Graphics, Cadence and Micro Focus.
As their digital transformation plans take shape, these firms are often concerned about funding and a lack of adequate IT resources, which may make these options just the ticket.
The new specifications affect any organization that operates or does business with firms that provide investment services in the European economic area.
Sophia Chou, dentist turned web product professional has been building Auxpanel, a business intelligence dashboard to help dentists manage their practices. Chou shares how she was able to bootstraps and become profitable in under three years, how she overcomes many common startup struggles and more.
All Kickstarter campaigns are getting a show of support, according to a new web site. "Every day, The Creative Fund backs all newly launched projects based on our current patronage." It's the newest offering from BackerKit, which also makes a data management platform for crowdfunding campaigns, and so far they've pledged $1 to 10,594 different Kickstarter projects.
An anonymous reader quotes VentureBeat:
One dollar doesn't seem like a lot, but it's just a start.
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The master data management sector is worth $38 billion, with a typical customer paying $1 to $2 million on a product, and spending three to four times that on related services.
With its move to Microsoft Azure, Snowflake becomes one of the few multi-cloud data warehouses in the market. Apart from competing with traditional, on-premises data warehouse vendors, it’s already emerging as a viable alternative to Amazon Redshift and Azure SQL Data Warehouse.