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Hot cloud database startup Snowflake Computing, born on Amazon Web Services, adds support for Microsoft Azure

The executive team of Snowflake Computing, with CEO Bob Muglia front and center. (Snowflake Computing Photo) After establishing a foothold in the cloud-based data warehousing market on the infrastruct... read more

Microsoft announces updates to Windows Server, SQL Server and Azure as it pushes deeper into the cloud

Today at the kickoff of its TechEd event, Microsoft announced the upcoming releases of several software products and services, along with updates to the Azure cloud ... startups are quickly transition... read more

You are not a beautiful and unique Snowflake which just picked up another hundred mill

Cloud data warehouse startup Snowflake has picked up a $100m D-round ... Sutter Hill Ventures and Wing Ventures. Snowflake is run by Bob Muglia, an ex-Microsoft senior exec who looked after servers an... read more

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