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10 Coolest Cloud Startups Of 2011 (So Far)

Cloud startups took center stage at the start of 2011, as a host of young up-and-comers launched into the market. Here we look at 10 cool startups that made waves the first half of this year.

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DotCloud



DotCloud, which was founded in late 2010, wrangled $10 million in venture funding in March. San Francisco-based DotCloud bills itself as a second-generation application platform company. The gist is DotCloud lets developers mix and match pre-configured software components that, unlike cloud infrastructure providers that require users to configure, run and manage everything, add control and flexibility for swift application deployment. The goal is to let developers and IT managers focus on developing instead of doing system admin work.

With its new model for PaaS, DotCloud lets developers build, deploy and scale cloud applications using any combination of language and database stacks without the need for additional hardware or software. It also offers a single point of management.

 
 
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