Many companies are working toward making sure that they are not lock into one cloud provider. That’s where one start up, Gravitional, comes in. The start-up is working to help companies avoid cloud vendor lock-in. Gravitational CEO Ev Kontsevoy joins The Final Round to discuss.
The major players in the 'Cloud Wars' are Microsoft, Amazon, and Oracle, but one company wants to disrupt the space crowded by giants. Ev Kontsevoy, co-founder and CEO of Gravitational, joined Cheddar to discuss.
As we move into an increasingly multi-cloud world, there is a portability problem moving applications between clouds. Gravitational wants to fix that, and today it announced a $25 million Series A.
Gravitational — which just raised $25 million in a Series A funding round led by Kleiner Perkins — wants to liberate customers from major cloud providers.
Gravitational COO, Taylor Wakefield, presents at the 2019 Open Core Summit, comparing Commercial Open Source Software (COSS aka, Open Core Software) to Proprietary SaaS. This presentation discusses why SaaS emerged, why COSS is now emerging and looks at the S-1 data of recently IPO'd companies in each cohort to validate the assumed benefits of each model. (Spoiler alert: each model can produce outstanding results.)