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Iconic VC Firm Kleiner Perkins Considering Focused Fund For Cloud Startups

Iconic VC Firm Kleiner Perkins Considering Focused Fund for Cloud Startups More than 6 months back, I had written about the launch of the first cloud computing ETF, and how, in my mind, that represented cloud computing’s acceptance in the mainstream investing community (See: Packaging Cloud Computing as an Investment – First Cloud Computing ETF

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What’s Special About The Joyent Funding Round?

What’s Special about the Joyent Funding Round? There is nothing special about small companies or startups getting funding, other than the obvious vindication of the opportunities in cloud computing. In fact, such funding stories have been the focus of several articles here (See the latest one: Cloud Computing Startups Raise Big Money: UPDATE 8). However,

Cloud Computing Startups Raise Big Money: UPDATE 8

Cloud Computing Startups Raise Big Money: UPDATE 8 This is the ninth in a continuing series on startups raising funding. You can read the series here:  Cloud Computing Startups Raise Big Money:  1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 Today, there are two startups in focus – AppDynamics and ShopKeep.com. AppDynamics (http://www.appdynamics.com/) Top VC firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers led

Cloud Computing Startups Raise Big Money: UPDATE 7

Cloud Computing Startups Raise Big Money: UPDATE 7

Cloud Computing Startups Raise Big Money: UPDATE 7 This is the eighth in a continuing series on startups raising funding. You can read the first six in the series here:  Cloud Computing Startups Raise Big Money:  1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 Today, there are two startups in focus – Symplified and Tidemark. Tidemark

Some Recent Cloud Computing Acquisitions

Some Recent Cloud Computing Acquisitions As an industry matures, consolidation occurs and some prominent players emerge. With big companies already staking their claims in this space – a phenomenon which I had argued differentiated the cloud computing fervor from the dotcom bubble (See: Are Cloud Computing Stocks Overvalued?) – it was only time that the