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Microservices enabled by containers are about to radically transform how enterprise software is consumed, and one of the first examples is a major revision of integrated platform-as-a-service (iPaaS) environments developed by Informatica. Informatica Intelligent Cloud Services, unveiled today, is a redesigned implementation of the companys iPaaS software that makes it much simpler for IT organizations to only consume specific modular services rather than the entire iPaaS platform, says Ronen Schwartz, senior vice president and general manager, big data, cloud and data integration at Informatica.
CoreOS today announced it is extending the tools it developed to automate the deployment of its Tectonic distribution of Kubernetes to third-party tools and applications. Reza Shaffi, vice president of product for CoreOS, says IT organizations can now take advantage of a beta release of an Open Cloud Services catalog, which was developed using the companys Operators software to simplify the management of Kubernetes, to also now deploy etcd, the distributed key-value store; the Prometheus monitoring software; and the Vault secrets management tool developed by HashiCorp.
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To explore advanced development practices, why not turn to dynamic tech companies tasked with delivering sought-after software for the industry itself? That was the thinking, anyway, when I recently agreed to moderate a panel hosted by the QA company Rainforest that featured representatives of Atlassian, GitHub, HackerOne, and Rainforest.
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Its rare that I quote a companys marketing tagline outright, but PassivDom, makers of an autonomous 3D-printed mobile house, sounds pretty darn rad. The Ukrainian company wants to create mobile homes that can be made anywhere and are completely self-powered.
Goldbely, the specialty food delivery service, has closed $10 million in Series A funding. The round was led by Global Founders Capital and Intel Capital (which also led the companys seed round).
Most of Snaps top products came from acquisitions, and now it will have the war chest to make more. Yet it didnt have to blow its momentum to collect this cash.
NBCUniversal is now the only U.S. media company that has an official stake in Snap. Today, NBC Universal (which is a unit of Comcast) revealed that it invested $500 million in Snap as a strategic investment partnership during yesterdays IPO.
Snap has given a final price for its IPO, setting the companys valuation at nearly $24 billion with a price of $17 per share, according to a report by The Wall Street Journal. With that, it looks like Wall Street had plenty of appetite for Snap despite multiple major concerns about the companys business.
Knotel announced today that it has raised $25 million in Series A funding. Founded in 2015, the company offerswhat co-founder and CEO Amol Sarva described as headquarters as a service a flexible office space that can be customized for each tenantwhile also growing or shrinking as needed.
In fall 2015, the National Labor Relations Board filed a complaint against delivery service Postmates thatchallenged the legality of the companys mandatory arbitration agreement between it and its contractors. In Postmates fleet agreement, which contractors must sign as a condition of hire, the company had required that workers settle disagreements through arbitration.