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The 10 Hottest Cloud Startups Of 2019 (So Far)

The 10 coolest cloud startups of 2019 so far include companies focused on open-source and enterprise software to a data analytics firm about to be acquired by Google for over $2 billion.

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Cloudflare

CEO: Matthew Prince

San Francisco-based internet performance and security company Cloudflare landed a $150 million funding round in March to help support its growth, extend its product range and continue its international expansion after reports last fall that it was planning an initial public offering. Its software platform, which enables websites to load faster with greater security without added hardware, software or changing lines of code, is used by more than 16 million domains, websites, application programming interfaces and mobile applications, up from 8 million in the prior year. Cloudflare has increased its network to 175 data centers in 75-plus countries globally and its network capacity to 30 terabytes per second. It recently debuted its “partner program 2.0” under new channel chief Matthew Harrell, previously Google Cloud’s channel business head for the western U.S. and Latin America.

 
 
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