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ClickHouse launches ClickHouse Cloud, extends its Series B

Online analytical processing specialist ClickHouse today announced the launch of ClickHouse Cloud and an extension to its Series B round. → Read More

Axiom launches its automated identity and access management platform

Axiom, a Tel Aviv-based startup that focuses on automating identity and access management (IAM) for developer platforms, is coming out of stealth today and announcing a $7 million seed round led by S Capital. The idea here is to provide a single platform that provides developers with easy access to the tools they need and […] → Read More

Rezonate raises $8.7M and launches its cloud identity protection platform out of stealth

Rezonate, an identity and access management startup based on Boston and Tel Aviv, today announced an $8.7 million seed round. → Read More

AWS launches Application Composer, a low-code tool for building serverless apps

At its re:Invent conference today, AWS announced the launch of AWS Application Composer, a new low-code tool for visually designing and building serverless applications. The service provides developers with a visual canvas and a simple drag-and-drop interface to create the application architecture, connect their resources and design their functions. As AWS CTO Werner Vogels not […] → Read More

Stability AI doubles down on AWS

Generative AI startups Stability AI today announced that AWS is now its preferred cloud partner for building and deploying its models. → Read More

Here’s everything AWS announced at re:Invent today

AWS today announced a number of feature updates related to its data and machine learning services at its re:Invent conference today. → Read More

AWS gets data clean rooms for analytics data

AWS today launched a new service that will help users inside an advertising or marketing organization share data with other employees inside their company or with outside partners, all without running the risk of inadvertently sharing personal data. This new service is part of Amazon’s new AWS for Advertising & Marketing initiative, which aims to […] → Read More

Amazon Security Lake is a standards-based data lake for security data

AWS today launched the Amazon Security Lake, a purpose-built data lake for security data, now available in preview. → Read More

AWS launches DataZone, a new ML-based data management service

AWS today launched DataZone, a new ML-based tool that makes it easier for enterprises to build out data catalogs and govern this data. → Read More

AWS makes Lambda cold start latency a thing of the past with SnapStart

AWS today announced Lambda SnapStart, a new feature of its serverless platform that virtually eliminates cold start times. → Read More

AWS launches Graviton3E, its new Arm-based chip for HPC workloads

AWS today announced a new version of its Graviton chips, the Graviton3E, which it optimized for high-performance workloads. → Read More

AWS announces Digital Sovereignty Pledge

AWS today announced its Digital Sovereignty pledge. It's largely a marketing strategy but also a clear sign that it sees this as both a competitive opportunity. → Read More

With $8.6M in seed funding, Nx wants to take monorepos mainstream

Narwahl, the company behind the Nx open source monorepo tool, today announced that it has raised an $8.6 million seed funding round. → Read More

Mozilla looks to its next chapter

Mozilla today released its annual “State of Mozilla” report and for the most part, the news here is positive. Mozilla Corporation, the for-profit side of the overall Mozilla organization, generated $585 million from its search partnerships, subscriptions and ad revenue in 2021 — up 25% from the year before. And while Mozilla continues to mostly […] → Read More

Israel’s OurCrowd expands to Abu Dhabi

Crowdfunding firm OurCrowd today announced that it will open an office and AI hub in Abu Dhabi and invest $60 million in the emirate. → Read More

Microsoft’s SQL Server 2022 is all about Azure

Microsoft today released the 2022 version of its SQL Server database, which features a number of built-in connections to its Azure cloud. → Read More

LF Europe’s Project Sylva wants to create an open source telco cloud stack

The Linux Foundation Europe today launched Project Sylva, a project that aims to build an open-source telco cloud stack for Europe. → Read More

Payload raises $4.7M for its developer-first headless CMS

Payload is an open-source headless CMS startup. The company announced that it has raised a $4.7 million seed round led by Gradient Ventures. → Read More

Retool launches Workflows to go beyond the front end

Retool today announced Workflows, its new tool for allowing developers to build backend services to power line-of-business apps. → Read More

With $18M in new funding, EngFlow wants to speed up your builds

Build acceleration startup EngFlow today announced that it has raised an $18 million Series A funding round. → Read More