Health Catalyst has raised $70 million in a series D round, valuing the company at more than $500 million. The seven-year-old data warehousing and analytics company has raised a total of $165 million, making it one of the top funded digital health start-ups, and sets it on a path to an IPO. “It [IPO] will be based on market factors to ensure that we’re timing it appropriately,” says CEO Dan Burton.
UVEF’s Hot 100 Award, sponsored by EPIC Ventures, recognizes the 100 most buzzed about companies in Utah under 5 years old. This list was composed by 2/3 of public voting and 1/3 from internal UVEF voting.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak is now Primary Data’s chief scientist; as part of Wozniak’s new gig, he will be helping the company build out its technology and advocate for the company as it courts clients.
Coates was recognized for creating a company that has significantly disrupted the online education experience, transitioning Instructure from a traditional higher education company to a learning technology.
There's been a change at the top of Primary Data, one of the heaviest-funded stealthy startups in the country, and it's looking more like Fusion-io every day. David Flynn, co-founder of Los Altos-based Primary Data along with fellow Fusion-io co-founder Rick White, has brought in Lance Smith to replace him as CEO.
“Our customers are rapidly adopting Docker to create application containers, and they are seeking to use this new technology on Joyent’s proven infrastructure containers,” said Scott Hammond, CEO of Joyent.
Joyent, the corporate steward of the Node.js open source project, today announced a proposal for the creation of a Node.js Advisory Board, which serves as a significant first step toward a fully open governance model.
As enterprise IT departments start moving to the cloud and as businesses start looking into the Internet of Things and Big Data, services like Orchestrate can help developers cut down on their development time.