Arguably, Cloudability has been one of the most successful Portland startups to emerge in the last couple of years. And they’ve done so by successfully leveraging a number of opportunities that have come their way. Starting out of borrowed space in Puppet Labs, joining PIE, taking funding from Portland Seed Fund and local angels, joining TechStars, and getting investment from 500 startups. Read More
Last week, the Technology Association of Oregon (TAO) held their annual Oregon Technology Awards, an event designed to recognize the achievements of tech companies here in Oregon. Portland’s Cloudability walked away with the honors as “Startup of the Year.” Read More
Everyone likes to think they provide good customer service. But, more often than not, it’s rare to encounter a company that really wows you. Read More
You can’t read a tech article today without a mention of “the Cloud.” See? You just read it in this one. But where is the Cloud going? And what should people expect?
[Full disclosure: Cloudability went through PIE. I work at PIE.]
Yesterday, Portland’s Cloudability announced $8.7 million in Series A financing, led by Foundry Group. And it got quite a bit of pickup—as you’ll see below—drawing attention to both the company and the whole Portland startup scene. Read More
You know I constantly crow about how awesome Portland startups are. But now, some of our startups have a chance to be recognized on a much bigger stage.
Yesterday, Portland-based Cloudability took the stage for Demo Day at TechStars Cloud. And some folks thought they were the best of the bunch.
If there’s a buzzword of the year award, “the Cloud” is probably the winner. But what is the Cloud? And how does it help people? That’s where Cloudability is working to help companies of all sizes.
Cloudability sat down with Meet the Startup to describe how they help companies manage their purportedly “affordable” cloud spend, so that they don’t get waste the money the Cloud is supposed to save them. Read More