The Startup That Aims To Accelerate Serverless Computing


by Forbes

Forbes— With the fragmentation and complexity revolving around serverless computing, companies such as Serverless Inc., have a massive opportunity in building tools that aim to make developers productive in building modern applications.

ZDNet—Yes, there are security ramifications to serverless computing. With three in five enterprises now going or planning to go serverless, the attack surface widens.

Digiday—How Target uses its startup accelerators to strengthen its in-house data capabilities. Target doesn’t share its first-party customer data without outside vendors, so it partners with tech startups through its accelerator programs. The post How Target uses its startup accelerators to strengthen its in-house data capabilities appeared first on Digiday.

www.engadget.com—Airbus startup aims to make satellite imagery easier to use. Airbus might just make it easier to use the growing treasure trove of high-res satellite imagery. The aerospace giant has launched a space tech startup, UP42, that promises to make satellite (and drone) image data accessible to individuals and small