Granted, most startups start in the cloud. But most companies still run resources of their own as well. CloudBolt has a proposition for customers who want to manage distributed resources from one place.
The web is chock full of data, but it’s locked away in the form of websites. A startup called Import.io that hopes to unlock that data, won the Structure Europe Launchpad event on Wednesday.
Berlin’s Waymate has learned a few lessons since going live earlier this year, chief among them the fact that users need a transport comparison and booking service more for urban situations than for long-distance travel.
Say hello to Tresorit, a Structure:Europe Launchpad finalist, which says it can lock-down your data and transport it to Windows Azure with no worries about data scooping and snooping.
Securing the cloud is like trying to secure a long border — one that’s porous and has many potential weak links. When it comes to the cloud, startup SecludIT tries to patch one of those weak spots.
Cloud 66 has come up with an interface for running and configuring Ruby on Rails applications on a few public clouds. It applies the best of Platform as a Service to other clouds.
Meet Stackdriver, the Boston startup that wants to wow you with its infrastructure analytics and the first of our ten Stucture:Europe Launchpad finalists.
Want to correlate data from a NoSQL database with data from Salesforce, Stripe or Mailchimp? MetricaDB, a finalist in our Structure 2013 LaunchPad competition, wants to make that easy for you.
28msec is about to exit stealth mode and take the covers off its database platform that lets users query data from any source in real time.
SaltStack is challenging popular devops tools Puppet and Chef with Python-based configuration management service. The company cites speed as an advantage, and that’s critical for scalability in the cloud age.