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Vision Critical acquires Aida to integrate AI applications into customer intelligence platform(BETAKIT)
The entire Aida data science team will join Vision Critical.
The deal, scheduled to close by July 31, will give Salesforce access to MuleSoft’s 1,200 customers and the chance to sell them complementary products.
Netlify has abstracted away the concept of a web server. By shifting from a monolithic website to a static front end with back-end microservices, it believes it can solve security and scaling issues and deliver the site much faster.
This is the first time Linkedin has done a Canadian version of the list.
In order for Oracle to compete in the cloud, it must stop focusing on its legacy business and find a way to deliver more services at a lower entry cost.
The funding was led by Ellerston Capital, with participation from Tempus Partners, Belay Capital, and Australian Ethical Investments
CareWorx plans to use the funding to accelerate growth in the senior care market.
The funding was led by Insight Venture Partners, with participation from Accel Partners and Tiger Global Management.
Where are we in the SaaS valuation cycle? (TOMTUNGUZ)
“Recently, people have been asking just where we are in the SaaS valuation cycle. The answer is close to ten-year highs.”
Alan and Lorne Gertner, founders of Canadian lifestyle brand Tokyo Smoke, also participated in the round.
Using this integration, developers can easily launch an auto-scaling Slurm cluster on Compute Engine that runs based on the developers’ specifications.