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Solo.io Emerges From Stealth to Help Enterprises Move Quickly to Cloud Native Technologies While Protecting Existing Application

Solo.io, the software company that helps enterprises adopt and operate innovative cloud native technologies, formally launched and unveiled its newest product: Gloo Enterprise (GlooE), an enterprise grade API gateway based on Solo.io's popular open source Gloo project. GlooE is designed to bring enterprise users to the forefront of modern technologies at the pace that best fits them and supports them in maintaining a competitive edge as new technologies emerge. The company also announced an $11 million Series A funding round led by Redpoint Ventures.

"Helping enterprises easily adopt innovative technologies like microservices, serverless and service mesh is our goal at Solo.io," said Idit Levine, founder and CEO of Solo.io. "Melding different technologies into one coherent environment, by supplying a suite of tools to route, debug, manage, monitor and secure applications, lets organizations focus on their software without worrying about the complexity of the underlying environment."
 

Serverless Startup Thundra Announces Release of "Thundra Layers" Leveraging AWS Lambda

Thundra, the newly launched observability company for serverless environments, today announced the release of Thundra Layers for AWS Lambda. The company also announced it has achieved Advanced Technology Partner status in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network (APN).

A custom runtime implemented on top of the new AWS Runtime API feature, Thundra Layers reduces development and deployment time for software developers adding observability to their applications, even across multiple AWS Lambda functions and accounts.

With Thundra Layers for AWS Lambda-AWS's "serverless" computing service-customers don't need to download, install, and manually set up Thundra to achieve full serverless observability of AWS Lambda. Instead, they can simply select the Thundra Layer option within AWS Lambda, set a few configuration options, and immediately start monitoring their serverless applications. Customers can try Thundra free at console.thundra.io/sign-up.

Trifacta Launches Serverless Data Preparation Service on Amazon Web Services

Trifacta, Inc., the global leader in data preparation, today announced the addition of a serverless data preparation service on Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS). Based on Amazon Elastic MapReduce (Amazon EMR), the fully managed service allows organizations to quickly deploy Trifacta while eliminating the need for customers to manage their own AWS infrastructure. The serverless architecture was designed to allow customers to dynamically scale computing capacity to match the shifting requirements of different workloads, which, in turn, can increase efficiency and lower operational costs.

Trifacta's customer portfolio is growing rapidly, with over 4X growth in the number of customers deploying Trifacta on AWS in the last year, such as Deutsche Börse and Munich Re. Trifacta has been working with AWS since 2013. Trifacta products Wrangler Pro and Wrangler Enterprise are available on AWS Marketplace and AWS GovCloud (US) to support government agencies, in addition to Trifacta managed deployments on AWS. The addition of a serverless data preparation service on AWS allows Trifacta to best meet enterprises' evolving data needs in the cloud.