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The 10 Hottest Cloud Computing Startups Of 2020

Cloud computing startups picking up traction this year offer solutions ranging from Apache Airflow as a service to a life sciences R&D cloud software platform, and include a newly emerged security company formed by former ‘white hat’ hackers.

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Astronomer

CEO: Joe Otto

Headquarters: Cincinnati

Astronomer helps organizations adopt Apache Airflow, the open-source data workflow orchestration platform that started as an internal Airbnb project in 2014 and allows users to programmatically author, schedule and monitor data pipelines in Python.

Astronomer Cloud is the company’s multi-tenant, multi-cloud Airflow-as-a-service offering allowing customers to spin up and scale Apache Airflow clusters without dealing with underlying infrastructure. It runs on a Kubernetes cluster hosted and managed by Astronomer. The self-hosted Astronomer Enterprise is a cloud-native, Kubernetes-based platform to deploy, manage and scale distributed Airflow services. It can run in any public cloud, private cloud or bare metal environment.

In May, Astronomer closed a $13.6 million Series A funding round led by Venrock, a Palo Alto, Calif., venture capital firm.

 
 
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