Codenvy Presents at Under the Radar

written by bethburgee on May 23, 2013 in Startups and Under The Radar with no comments

Launched 2012, San Francisco, CA Twitter: @codenvyHQ Website: https://codenvy.com/ Category: Cloud Services In case you missed it, here is their company profile: Company Description: Code, build, and test in the cloud. Codenvy simplifies and scales inherently difficult and tedious activities – Read the Rest…


Cedexis Presents at Under the Radar

written by bethburgee on May 23, 2013 in Startups and Under The Radar with no comments

Launched 2009, Portland, OR Twitter: @cedexis Website: http://www.cedexis.com/ Category: Cloud Services In case you missed it, here is their company profile: Company Description: Cedexis is the global expert in hybrid-cloud and CDN federation strategies. 300+ large enterprises, including well known Consumer Read the Rest…


Cloudant Raises Series B in the tune of $12M from Rackspace & others

written by bethburgee on May 14, 2013 in Funding and Startup News and Under The Radar with no comments

It’s always a good week when we hear of a Under the Radar alumni secure a round of funding. Such is the case this week as Cloudant announces their Series B in the tune of $12M from Rackspace, Devonshire Investors Read the Rest…


Cloud Development: Better Than Desktop Development?

written by dealmaker on April 22, 2013 in Cloud and Guest Blog and Industry Trends and Under The Radar with no comments

By Tyler Jewell, CEO of Codenvy. An unedited version of this post originally appeared on ReadWrite. Tyler will be presenting at Under the Radar 2013, May 22-23 in San Francisco: http://undertheradar.eventbrite.com. Over the past decade, cloud computing has disrupted nearly Read the Rest…


Can the enterprise be as tech-savvy as Star Trek?

written by bethburgee on March 22, 2013 in Big Data and Industry Trends and Mobile and Startups and Under The Radar with no comments

Jean Luc Picard was the full embodiment of what the modern-day enterprise is growing up to be: smart, savvy, ahead of the curve and prepared to battle even the most curmudgeonly villans who hack into their view screen. The Starship Enterprise was every Read the Rest…


Industry Innovators Speaking at 2nd Annual Cloud Analytics Summit, in NYC on May 2

written by bethburgee on February 28, 2013 in Cloud with no comments

Guest Post by Jeff Kaplan of THINKstrategies THINKstrategies, Cloud Computing Showplace and Rising Tide Media will host the 2nd Annual Cloud Analytics Summit, Thursday, May 2 at the Apella Conference Center in New York City. The Cloud Analytics Summit is Read the Rest…


Joyent Raises $85M—Betting on the Cloud

written by HeidiIsern on January 23, 2012 in Cloud and Funding and Industry Trends with no comments

Cloud computing provider and our Under the Radar alum, Joyent just secured $85 million in their Series D round!  According to a TechCrunch article, Joyent plans to roll out a collection of “seamlessly connected high performance clouds” serving global corporations on Read the Rest…


4 Concerns While Debating the Cloud Hype

written by HeidiIsern on January 17, 2012 in Cloud and Industry Trends with no comments

Although many companies are moving their services over to the cloud (Symantec just bought Live Office in efforts to bolster cloud offering in email archiving), others warn that the ‘cloud’ isn’t all castles in the sky. Venture Beat wrote an Read the Rest…


Is the Cloud Cliché?

written by HeidiIsern on January 4, 2012 in Cloud and Industry Trends and Video with no comments

With the word “cloud’ being used to describe an increasingly large assortment of companies and services, many often wonder if the term isn’t as challenging to define as a fluffy image in the sky. Venture Beat interviewed Joyent CTO and Read the Rest…


Overspending in the cloud hurts. Just say no.

written by Clare Ryan on December 12, 2011 in Under The Radar with no comments

“‘Tis the month of December and all through the land, overspending is rampant, and budgets look bad.” This is that lovely time of year when the year’s budget is looked at carefully and corners are cut for 2012′s plans. CFOs Read the Rest…