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Category: Startup

Smarter Autonomous Driving, One Truck at a Time: FuelSave Boosts Transportation Efficiency

In today’s complex, internet-driven consumer marketplace, it’s nearly impossible to purchase goods that haven’t spent some time on a truck. With that kind of reach, the logistics industry has a considerable ripple effect on the environment and on the cost of consumer items. When trucks burn more fuel, they increase global pollution and shipping costs, which leads to higher prices at the register for the goods we buy every day.

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Datree CTO and Co-Founder Shimon Tolts on the Risks on Not Having Full Views of Code Components

Datree connects with GitHub to provide automatic policy compliance tests and insights for every code commit. It provides managers a central place to set policies across the organization, and to have a full view of all code components, contributors, and repositories. CTO and Co-Founder Shimon Tolts talks about the risks of losing control, serving their customers, and more.

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Building an AI-Based Network Infrastructure Analytics Platform with AWS

Voyance is a fundamentally new approach to infrastructure management using AI/ML technology and big data analytics – all enabled by AWS and its scalable cloud-computing framework.  With it enterprises are able to gain quantifiable insight into the operation of their networks and the impact on end user experience and productivity – something that, until now, was never possible.

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Want to Launch Your Startup in China? Get to Know the Market First

Thanks to the pervasiveness of WeChat, the growth of Didi Chuxing, and the massive scale of giants like Alibaba and Tencent, everyone seemingly now wants to get in on the action with Chinese startups. Before before anyone can dive into the Chinese market, noted GSR Ventures Partner Yuechen Zhao at a recent AWS event in San Francisco, it’s important to understand what drives China, and how it is different from other markets around the world.

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How Spotinst Helps Customers with Infrastructure Automation

As organizations around the world embrace the public cloud of AWS and leverage its vast benefits, the overhead and work of DevOps engineers are growing heavily. Developers use a wide range of infrastructure and platform services for deploying applications. Containers and Serverless are fast gaining traction and organizations understand that their cloud spending is sometimes suboptimal; they are constantly looking for ways to optimize their spend without any additional operational overhead. This problem is compounded by a severe talent shortage in the market.

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