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What's Hot in Enterprise IT/VC - Issue #52

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congrats to MongoDB on IPO - closed at $1.6b value on first day showing that open source and database
 

What's Hot in Enterprise IT/VC

October 20 · Issue #52 · View online
Ed Sim's weekly readings and notes on VC, software, and scaling startups - #enterprise #seed #DeveloperFirst #IntelligentAutomation #DecentralizedComputing

congrats to MongoDB on IPO - closed at $1.6b value on first day showing that open source and databases can grow fast (still need to show the profits) but great sign for NYC Enterprise tech; also this week all about automation of enterprises; GE CIO commenting on using automation to remove drudgery to wall street embracing to augment trading; on the cloud native front Docker gives in and supports Kubernetes - shows power of customers; and finally for all enterprise startups check out the enterprise benchmark data from Openview

Scaling Startups
How Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff Drives Relentless Forward Thinking
Aaron Ross on Twitter: "complex pricing makes it harder for customers to buy and harder to keep track of what's been delivered.#salestip
OpenView Enterprise benchmark data
Enterprise Tech
well said - automation in enterprise a huge priority
JPMorgan IT Budget
Robots Are Coming for These Wall Street Jobs
The Future of Work — The Information
Serverless computing: economic and architectural impact | the morning paper
Docker gives into inevitable and offers native Kubernetes support | TechCrunch
Markets
MongoDB (MDB) IPO: Stock price on first trading day
People told the MongoDB founders they were 'completely crazy' - Business Insider
boldstart
boldstart fall 2017 update
Top 10 Hot Data Security And Privacy Technologies
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