What's Hot in Enterprise IT/VC - Issue #75

I finally had a chance to write some of my thoughts down on the enterprise infrastructure market in “The Enterprise Strikes Back; lots of great pieces on serverless and cloud, and excitement over quantum computing.

Happy Easter and Passover weekend to all!

The Enterprise Strikes Back – Hacker Noon

my thoughts on the enterprise infrastructure market moving forward, following a big week from Mulesoft and Pivotal - S-1 filing


Enterprise Tech

Serverless is eating the stack and people are freaking out — as they should be

must read on where serverless is today and what are opportunities ahead


What the Hottest AWS Cloud Services Tell Us About Enterprise Adoption | IT Pro

As organizations explore AI, machine learning, and containers, they are entrusting more sophisticated workloads to AWS cloud services, Cloudability finds.


Containers vs. serverless computing: Why to go serverless | InfoWorld

problem is vendor lock-in but interesting to see old school enterprises moving to serverless - Container technologies like Docker are very powerful, but require talent you can’t get. Serverless computing provides the same benefits—with talent you can actually get


IBM sees quantum computing going mainstream within five years

IBM thinks quantum computing could begin to go mainstream in the next five years.


GPU databases are coming of age | ZDNet

there’s MapD, blazingdb, and others - GPUs are powering a new generation of databases. What is so special about them and can they come into their own?


Wall Street rethinks blockchain projects as euphoria meets reality | Reuters

blockchain tourism, lots of POCs, not much in production - Wall Street has been much more excited about the system underpinning bitcoin than the cryptocurrency itself, but the global financial industry has not yet been able to do much with the technology known as blockchain.



Smartsheet files for IPO, aims to become Seattle region’s next public company – GeekWire

automation is the rage these days and smartsheets is at $111mm revenue and filed to go public - the company helps Fortune 500 customers manage and automate key work processes — including the ability of employees to collaborate on projects across sales, marketing, HR and other corporate functions



Snyk teams with Google to detect JavaScript vulnerabilities in Chrome Lighthouse - SiliconANGLE

Snyk teams with Google to detect JavaScript vulnerabilities in Chrome Lighthouse - SiliconANGLE


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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