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The subscription pie is getting bigger: How to leverage usage-based billing

Subscriptions are not dying; they are just evolving.

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Google Cloud launches its first Arm-based VMs

Google Cloud today announced its first Arm-based VMs into preview. The new Tau T2A VMs aim to offer a better price/performance ratio and use Ampere...

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Google Cloud opens a new region in Texas

Google Cloud today announced the launch of its new cloud region in Dallas, Texas, as it continues to expand its data center footprint around the...

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SoftBank co-led $66 million round for blockchain-focused InfStones

Despite shaky markets, a steady stream of investors continue writing big checks for blockchain infrastructure providers. InfStones, which aims to...

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Red Hat open sources StackRox, the Kubernetes security platform it acquired last year

Red Hat is open-sourcing its Advanced Cluster Security (ACS) for Kubernetes under the StackRox moniker.

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Budgeting and planning for your first digital product

There are five main points you should consider when developing a digital product. The first, and most important, is to establish how much you can...

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ARMO raises $30M to build an end-to-end open source Kubernetes security platform

ARMO raises $30M to build an end-to-end open source Kubernetes security platform

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Google donates the Istio service mesh to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation

Google announced that it is submitting its Istio service mesh project for consideration as a project within the Cloud Native Computing Foundation...

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Google Cloud launches BigLake, a new cross-platform data storage engine

Google announced the preview launch of BigLake, a data lake storage engine that makes it easier for enterprises to analyze data in their data...

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Google Cloud now lets you suspend and resume VMs

Google Cloud today launched its Suspend/Resume feature for virtual machines into general availability. You only pay for storage when you suspend a VM.

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When it comes to growth marketing, ‘so much of CRO is psychological’

We spoke with Growthcurve founder Mulenga Agley about how the company works with clients, the advice they offer early-stage founders and common...

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Akamai acquires Linode for $900M

Akamai is acquiring hosting platform Linode for $900 million.

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Vauban, an AngelList-like platform for VCs and angels to run and raise funds, closes $6.3m

It’s always been a slight puzzle why AngelList never really properly took off in Europe, especially when, a few years ago, there was such a dearth...

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Render secures $20M Series A to scale its DevOps cloud platform

DevOps cloud platform Render, which won our Disrupt SF 2019 Startup Battlefield, announced today that it closed a $20 million Series A funding round...

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Google Cloud’s BigQuery Omni is now generally available

Google first revealed BigQuery Omni, its Anthos-based multi-cloud data analytics solution, last summer. Today, at its annual Cloud Next event, the...

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Google Cloud launches a managed Spark service

At its Cloud Next event, Google today announced the launch of Spark on Google Cloud as a fully managed service. With this, the popular open source...

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Google Cloud Run gets committed use discounts and new security features

Cloud Run, Google Cloud’s serverless platform for containerized applications, is getting committed use discounts. Users who commit to spending...

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DigitalOcean says customer billing data accessed in data breach

The data breach happened between April 9-22.

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A bug in a popular iPhone app exposed thousands of call recordings

The app has more than 1 million downloads to date.

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Jamaica’s JamCOVID pulled offline after third security lapse exposed travelers’ data

Over half a million traveler quarantine orders were left unprotected.

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Jamaica’s immigration website exposed thousands of travelers’ data

Exclusive: Months of immigration documents and COVID-19 lab results were left on an unprotected server.

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VCs are betting big on Kubernetes: Here are 5 reasons why

At times, Kubernetes can feel like a superpower, but with all of the benefits of scalability and agility comes immense complexity. The truth is, few...

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4 key areas SaaS startups must address to scale infrastructure for the enterprise

As companies grow, their security and reliability needs evolve. When working with large customers, having empathy for these needs will go a long way.

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