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3/10/2016
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10 Startups Aiming To Change The Way You Work

These budding businesses aim to change the way organizations operate, with tools and services targeting the enterprise.
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Datadog
Developers and IT managers can monitor apps and data with Datadog, which gathers metrics and events across the DevOps stack, including automation tools, databases and common server components, monitoring and instrumentation, SaaS and cloud providers, and source control and bug tracking.
In addition to a summary dashboard for a broad overview, Datadog provides metrics and events for further analysis. Users can view graphs across their data sources in real-time, view information specific to host or device, or customize views either interactively or in code. They can also search to overlay metrics across different sources, focus on the right code changes, and correlate and find the root cause.
Managers can use the tool to improve visibility, see who responded to different alerts, annotate changes, and notify their teams of edits made.
Datadog was founded in 2010. It has earned $147.9 million in six rounds of funding, with the most recent being $94.5 million in January 2016.
(Image: Datadog)

Datadog

Developers and IT managers can monitor apps and data with Datadog, which gathers metrics and events across the DevOps stack, including automation tools, databases and common server components, monitoring and instrumentation, SaaS and cloud providers, and source control and bug tracking.

In addition to a summary dashboard for a broad overview, Datadog provides metrics and events for further analysis. Users can view graphs across their data sources in real-time, view information specific to host or device, or customize views either interactively or in code. They can also search to overlay metrics across different sources, focus on the right code changes, and correlate and find the root cause.

Managers can use the tool to improve visibility, see who responded to different alerts, annotate changes, and notify their teams of edits made.

Datadog was founded in 2010. It has earned $147.9 million in six rounds of funding, with the most recent being $94.5 million in January 2016.

(Image: Datadog)

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3/10/2016 | 9:09:37 AM
Some interesting tools
I like the concept of Tribe, I think I'll check it out, many project collaboration tools have email functionality as far as sending items to a list or receiving notifications but it ends there and managing anything strictly via email is clumsy.

 

Wade and Wendy seems like a different way to look at AI and it should be interesting to see how they pan out.  The approach of using multiple AIs to build a single package feels more flexible.

 
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