Posted on 2019-04-14 by Amelia IbarraThe Week In Cloud: April 14, 2019 This post is by Amelia Ibarra from SaaStr Click here to view on the original site: Original Post Join our Quora group to get all of The Week in Cloud updates throughout the week. “Serverless computing reshuffles security responsibilities, shifting many of them from the cloud user to the cloud provider without fundamentally changing them“ Now a software company at a $1b run-rate … “Infosys, the second-largest among them all, accounted for over 36% of the denials” Going more enterprise means adding more salespeople. The cloud solves most problems. Not all, though. A classic, and a good list. “Shareholders have sold Slack stock to private buyers at prices as high as $25 or $26 a share, which implies a company valuation of about $16 billion” “More than 5 million developers use these tools, according to Gayathri Rajan, who runs the Google Maps enterprise team. That’s a lot of paying customers.” “Its founders had applied to Y Combinator multiple times and been rejected” The post Week In Cloud: April 14, 2019 appeared first on SaaStr.