One of the most exciting trends in the tech industry currently is Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) and Developer Ecosystems. Entrepreneurs looking for a capital-efficient strategy should seriously consider bootstrapping by piggybacking on these PaaS players.>>>
This Udemy bundle is for IT and IT-enabled businesses wanting to understand how to get early clients by providing services, as well as existing IT-service companies looking to transition into product businesses.
Why is this set of skills so important?>>>
Movius is doing something very interesting in the Cloud-based Communication space to decouple the phone number of an employee from the device and the number it is attached to. You will encounter the use cases and the rationale in this interview. Cool stuff!
Sramana Mitra: Let’s start at the beginning and introduce you to our audience.>>>
ServiceMax is one of the great success cases of the Bootstrapping by Piggybacking strategy that we espouse in 1Mby1M. It is also an excellent Vertical Cloud case study. Please study this case study to understand the nuances of how the company leveraged the Force.com platform in compelling ways.
Sramana Mitra: Let’s start by introducing our audience to ServiceMax as well as yourself.>>>
Ohad talks about trends and open problems within the DevOps space. This is a deeply technical conversation.
Sramana Mitra: Let’s start by introducing our audience to yourself as well as to env0.>>>
John discusses trends and opportunities within the manufacturing shop floor.
Sramana Mitra: Let’s start by introducing our audience to yourself as well as L2L.
John Davagian: I’m the CEO at L2L. I’ve been the CEO for just about six months. I’ve spent 20 plus years in the SaaS industry, primarily on the go-to-market side, and most recently, in significantly scaling a business called Salsify. L2L is a leading SaaS platform built for global manufacturers. At its core, we deliver a pragmatic, innovative, and transformative solution.>>>
This is another segment in our ongoing exploration of the integration problem in cloud computing.
Sramana Mitra: Let’s start by introducing our audience to yourself as well as OpenLegacy.
Romi Stein: First of all, thank you for the opportunity. I am the CEO and one of the Co-Founders of OpenLegacy. I am an ex-IBM employee. I spent 15 years before co-founding OpenLegacy at IBM headquarters in New York. I was primarily in market and product development roles. There was a bunch of us from the founding team who came from prominent companies.>>>
Karen provides a precise analysis of the infrastructure for remote access in the Covid world, including gaps open for entrepreneurship.
Sramana Mitra: Let’s start introducing our audience to yourself as well as Leostream.
Karen Gondoly: First of all, thanks for having me. My name is Karen Gondoly. I am the CEO and VP of Product Management for a software company called Leostream. We are based here in Boston, Massachusetts. Leostream provides a vendor-agnostic remote access platform.>>>
Brad talks extensively about open problems within the cloud infrastructure (IaaS) industry.
Sramana Mitra: Let’s start by introducing our audience to yourself as well as Otava.>>>
I’ve known Murli for 20 years and love how he marries strategy and deep technical domain knowledge.
This conversation is extremely technical, and you’d get a precise view of what’s happening in the storage industry as a player like Pure Storage tries to move up the stack and acquire a startup like Portworx.>>>
Jedox is doing an excellent PaaS play in Financial Planning and Analysis (xP&A).
Sramana Mitra: Let’s start by having you introduce yourself as well as Jedox.
Florian Winterstein: I’m 48 years old. My home base is in Munich. I lived in Switzerland for a while as well as a couple of years in the US and Singapore. I see myself as a global citizen.>>>
We discuss the Mechanical Design industry’s transition to the cloud.
Sramana Mitra: Let’s start by introducing our audience to your background as well as PTC’s work in cloud computing.
John McEleney: I have been in the design and technology software space for the better part of almost 40 years. It started when I had an internship as a mechanical engineer at the Laboratory for Laser Energetics at the University of Rochester.>>>
Cisco’s legendary MPLS team – Mario Mazzola, Prem Jain, Luca Cafiero, and Soni Jiandani – have been behind many of the company’s key innovations.
Here, Prem and Soni discuss their newest venture, Pensando Systems.>>>
The DevOps world is fast moving towards total automation and self-correction. However, the holy grail is still another 3-5 years away. How do we get there? A fascinating conversation with Chris Nguyen who is steeped in building the data infrastructure necessary to run AI/ML algorithms subsequently.
Great interview, short and punchy.>>>
We’ve covered Actifio when it was a much smaller company. Now approaching sustainable profitability and an IPO, the company has scaled heights. Here, we look at the trends in its space.
Sramana Mitra: Let’s start by introducing our audience to Actifio. We have covered you before. We have the beginning story. It’s been awhile since we talked. Let’s do some level-setting first.>>>
The Cloud Integration space has already seen multi-billion dollar acquisitions. Mark talks about what his company is doing differently.
Sramana Mitra: Let’s start by introducing our audience to yourself as well as Cloud Elements.
Mark Geene: I’m the Co-Founder and CEO of Cloud Elements. Cloud Elements is an API integration platform that is a connectivity or integration layer for software applications.>>>
Feyzi has built technology that enables legacy applications to become SaaS-enabled seamlessly and rapidly. Excellent thought leadership.
Sramana Mitra: Let’s start by introducing our audience to yourself as well as to Corent Technologies.
Feyzi Fatehi: I’m the CEO of Corent Technologies. Corent stands for core enterprise in the same way that Intel stands for integrated electronics. Corent was coined by one of the people who was involved in coining the phrase “Intel Inside”, which I fell in love with when I was in business school doing my MBA in Santa Clara while working for HP.>>>