Sramana Mitra: In the different segments that you talked about, what is the competitive landscape and the market share situation? Who is the market share leader in each of these categories? Where do you fit in?
Amit Saha: On the access management side, there are two top leaders, Microsoft being one of them. There are other players as well. Saviynt has a strong partnership with all of those players. On the IGA side, which is one of our core foundations, Saviynt is one of the leaders. In the PAM space, one of the market leaders is CyberArk. Then there are other private offerings.>>>
Amit provides an excellent overview of the Identity space and some new developments in the Managed Service Provider market that are consequential for long-term trends.
Sramana Mitra: Let’s introduce our audience to yourself as well as to Saviynt.>>>
Steven Mitzenmacher, SVP of Corporate Development at Rackspace Technology, discusses the Buy-side thought process on Exit Strategy.>>>
Ohad Maislish: Another use case is governance. Not every code should be executed. Some code can be very dangerous and expensive. That’s where you see Policy-as-a-Code. We see a lot of open policy agents (OPA) used to protect programmatic deployments before they happen. You can write policies that will prevent your organization from the wrong deployment. That’s like the unit test model for Infrastructure-as-a-Code.>>>
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?>>>
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.>>>
Within two years of its launch, Freshdesk joined the 1Mby1M Million Dollar Club. Revenues were estimated to have grown to a $10 million annual run rate by the end of 2013. In December 2011, the company raised its first Series A funding for $1 million, $5 million in 2012, and $31 million in 2014. So far, the company has raised $484 million in over nine rounds and has acquired 13 capital-efficient startups, several of which were funded by Girish as an angel investor.>>>
On Nov 13, 2009, I wrote an article in my Forbes column titled India’s Next Celebrities. It was a year after the financial crisis.
Never mind the recession. In India, entrepreneurial energy has continued to grow. It still exists only in small pockets. And the sophistication of the entrepreneurial ecosystem has a long way to go before it can resemble anything like Silicon Valley–or even Israel. In this evolution, the Indian media has an important role to play.
At the time, I was busy trying to turn Sridhar Vembu, CEO of Zoho, into a celebrity. Hardly anyone had heard of HIM until my 2007 profile.
I had not yet launched 1Mby1M.
Girish Mathrubootham, avid fan of celebrity Tamil film star Rajnikant, had not yet launched Freshdesk (now Freshworks). He was still working at Zoho, under Sridhar’s tutelage.
Both of those events happened in 2010.>>>