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While the rest of the world binges on IoT goodies from CES 2015, we thought we’d focus on (what else?) enterprise-grade infrastructure. This week’s guest, Steve Herrod was formerly CTO of VMware, and so knows a little something, something about that topic. Now he’s managing director of General Catalyst where he’s looking for the next VMwares of the world.
Listen to his take on the wild world of cybersecurity where it’s pretty clear that the battle has to move beyond fighting yesterday’s threats; why the Hortonworks IPO is so closely watched; and how today’s startups have an embarrassment of riches when it comes to available, inexpensive infrastructure. With [company]Amazon[/company] Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, [company]Microsoft[/company] Azure and other players offering credits to woo startups, a young company can get up to $100K ($120K in IBM’s case) of plumbing for free. Let me reiterate: Free.
That’s a huge opportunity — although skeptics may point to parallels…
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