Ed Sim - Issue #23

enteprise tech IPOs are hot, hot, hot and banks leading the charge on cloud and AI from JP Morgan putting first apps on public cloud to Blackstone restructuring its portfolio managers with AI

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Why I love and fear AWS - BeyondVC

don’t get amazoned is not just for retail or infrastructure, also holds for the SaaS and application layer

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77% of sites use at least one vulnerable JavaScript library | Snyk

Snyk finds a massive number of web sites are vulnerable to attack with vulnerable javascript libraries

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Markets

The enterprise strikes back | TechCrunch

enterprise has always been 🔥 to us but great to see public feels same way, there’s no Digital Transformation without infrastructure spend

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The Anatomy Of A Successful IPO – Sapphire Ventures Perspectives – Medium

if you want to know what it takes to go public and what you should think about, read this article from Sapphire Ventures

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Next wave of tech IPOs looks nothing like Snap - MarketWatch

Enterprise software hot in public markets - Mulesoft, Alteryx, get ready for more!

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Scaling Startups

Startup Pitch Decks – RRE Ventures Perspectives

a great post and overview of pitch decks by Steve Schlafman at RRE

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Enterprise Tech

J.P. Morgan Set to Run First Apps in Public Cloud - CIO Journal. - WSJ

this is a huge deal - “Corporations, once nervous about giving up control of their IT infrastructure, are increasingly comfortable with the public cloud as an alternative to the private data center.”

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At BlackRock, Machines Are Rising Over Managers to Pick Stocks - The New York Times

inevitable - AppliedAI in action replacing expensive money managers - it’s just the beginning!

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No SSH Here: Ticketmaster’s Fervent Take on Containerization, Integration, and Change - The New Stack

yet another digital transformation - ticketmaster replatformed with microservices and here’s why - “A couple of years ago, just like every other industry, we started realizing speed is the name of the game. We needed to get faster, or we were going to start losing chunks of our business to competitors. We needed to be able to deliver software faster than small companies. Being a large company, it’s really, really, really hard to be nimble, and roll out new products and features to compete with a startup or two people in a garage.”

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By Ed Sim

Ed Sim's weekly readings and notes on VC, software, and scaling startups - #enterprise #seed #DeveloperFirst #IntelligentAutomation #DataInfra #CloudNative #Cybersecurity

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