The CNCF Technology Radar is a new initiative from the CNCF End User Community. This is a group of over 140 top companies and startups who meet regularly to discuss challenges and best practices when adopting cloud native technologies. The goal of the CNCF Technology Radar is to share what tools are actively being used by end users, the tools they would recommend, and their patterns of usage.
Routing, routing parameters, query parameters, body parsing, and middleware, there's a lot to it. There are great libraries out there for you to use that are well tested. However, understanding how things are implemented can be really beneficial for your understanding.
To make the best strategic decisions and be held accountable in their roles, product and growth professionals need objective data. The 2020 SaaS Product Benchmarks Report enables operators to compare themselves against their peers across the metrics that matter most.
Over the past two decades, two separate trillion-dollar enterprise software sectors have been created: SaaS software and public cloud. Today, we are in the early innings of the next trillion-dollar software wave: developer-driven software. These companies build technologies to make the software development and data management processes easier, faster, more secure and completely democratized.
Many times, as founders, we are angry at the rejections. Or the no responses. Or the "it's not a good fit"s. But, it's very important to remember, that VCs are playing a very similar game to you. They are a startup in way.
During a recent session on customer success, Dremio’s VP Customer Success and Heavybit alumni OverOps’ former VP Customer Success, Ohad Almog shared what effective customer success for early-stage companies should look like. If you’ve already watched his talk, read on to learn more as he responds to some questions from the audience.