The rise of the cloud was not just a transition from owning computers to renting them; it also ushered in enterprise computing resources that were scalable and flexible. Oxide Computer is a bet that enterprise tech wants to run the cloud model in its own data centers.
Behind every breakthrough in enterprise technology over the past few decades you'll find a database. This year, as engineering managers and CIOs are being asked to articulate a generative AI strategy in the middle of a hype cycle for the ages, the vector database is having its coming-out party.
HashiCorp announced Thursday that it is switching the license that governs the use of its open-source projects from the Mozilla Public License to the Business Source License (BSL), a license that does not meet the traditional definition of open source as described by the Open Source Initiative.
Red Hat is probably the most successful open-source enterprise software company in the history of tech. For many years that success has existed in tension with the open-source software community, and this summer that tension rose to a new level.
The startup has raised $18 million in funding to create a private beta of what Jacob called a "simulator" that models a company's tech infrastructure — on either cloud services or on-premises servers — using digital twins technology.
CoreWeave, which started out as a cryptocurrency mining operation, is taking a fresh approach to cloud services: It is focused on delivering the raw ingredients for the generative AI boom at extremely competitive prices.