Cloud technology has been one of the main catalysts for this ongoing digital transformation. Over the past five years, we’ve seen how the cloud has enabled businesses to think big with their solutions, providing the flexibility to collect, store, and analyze one of a company’s core values: its data.
Israeli high tech was very early in the game, understanding the importance of developing next generation technology on cloud infrastructure; probably one of the reasons the Israeli startup ecosystem has a robust software-focused offering. From new methods of deploying ML and AI to reimagining BizOps management, these are just a sample of Israeli companies using the cloud to deliver the technology of tomorrow:
Cnvrg.io is an AI operating system, transforming the way businesses manage, scale and accelerate the development of AI and data science from research to production. The company’s code-first platform is built by data scientists, for data scientists, and offers the flexibility of running on-premises or in the cloud. From advanced MLOps to continuous learning, cnvrg.io brings cutting edge technology to data science teams so they can spend less time on DevOps and focus on the real magic – algorithms.
Cnvrg.io was founded in 2017 by Yochay Ettun and Leah Kolben and joined the Intel ecosystem, following an acquisition in late 2020. Prior to joining Intel, the company had raised a total of $ 8 million from Hanaco, JVP , private investor Kevin Bermeister, who was an initial investor in Skype, and Prashant Malik, one of the original authors and co-founder of Cassandra.
Weka.IO offers WekaFS, the modern file system that empowers organizations to solve the latest and greatest issues that hold back innovation. Optimized for NVMe and hybrid cloud, Weka handles the most demanding storage challenges in the most data-intensive technical IT environments, delivering high performance at any scale. Its modern architecture unlocks all the capabilities of today’s data center, allowing businesses to maximize the value of their high-power IT investments. Weka helps industry leaders achieve breakthrough innovations and solve previously intractable problems.
The Israeli startup was founded in 2014 by CEO Liran Zvibel, Chief Architect Maor BenDayan and COO Omri Palmon. Weka has raised nearly $ 90 million to date and is headquartered in the United States
With Simloud, you can go from zero to cloud in under an hour and save up to 75% on DevOps and cloud provider costs. Simloud is a SaaS platform that fully automates the creation of cloud microservices infrastructure environments, cost management, CI / CD, centralized logging, monitoring and troubleshooting using Kubernetes and wireless technologies. server via a simple wizard or a REST API.
The entire infrastructure is created in the customer’s own cloud account and includes largely open source frameworks, cloud managed services and industry best practices. Once the infrastructure is created, the customer has access to a dashboard with all cloud environments and resources allowing visibility, compliance, cost management and savings.
âJust bring your code and the Simloud platform will take care of everything. The Israeli company was founded in June 2019 by Assaf Wiessblat (CEO and founder) and Noam Teltch (CFO and founder). In Q3 / 20, Assaf Koren joined the management team. Simloud has raised over $ 2 million to date, mostly from angel investors. The startup currently has 19 employees and has already partnered with Ernst & Youg (EY), Sarona 365x, CloudPort, RenovaCloud and AWS.
The company’s mission is to help businesses deliver visual experiences that inspire and connect by unleashing the full potential of their media. With more than 50 billion assets under management and 7,500 customers worldwide, Cloudinary is an industry standard for developers, creators and marketers looking to download, store, transform, manage and distribute images and videos online.
As a result, big brands like Atlassian, Bleacher Report, Grubhub, Hinge, NBC, Mediavine, Peloton, Petco and Under Armor see significant business value using Cloudy, including faster time to market, greater user satisfaction, and increased engagement and conversions. Cloudinary was founded in 2012 by Itay Lahan (CEO), Nadav Soferman (CPO) and Tal Lev-Ami (CTO), and has 350 employees in strategic offices around the world.
This Israeli startup is transforming the way electronics reliability is achieved. ProteanTecs has developed a cloud-based platform, which combines data created in on-chip agents, with machine learning, to predict faults before they become failures. ProteanTecs’ solutions provide unprecedented insight throughout the value chain, from chip vendors to system vendors and digital service providers.
The company was founded in 2017 by seasoned industry veterans, including three former founders of Mellanox Technologies, Shai Cohen, Evelyn Landman, Roni Ashuri, Eyal Fayneh, Dr Yahel David and Yuval Bonen. The startup has raised $ 150 million to date and counts Koch Disruptive Technologies as a key investor. ProteanTecs has offices in the United States, Israel and Taiwan.
Salto is reinventing the way business applications are configured and managed. The company offers users an open source product and an enterprise SaaS product to choose from. Salto enables BizOps professionals to manage their business application configuration in a more efficient and holistic manner, transforming manual, ad hoc, and error-prone workflows into streamlined and automated processes. By extracting configurations from different business applications, including Salesforce, NetSuite, and HubSpot, and translating them into a single declarative representation, Salto helps these professionals understand, modify, track and deploy all of their configurations, across their different business applications.
Founded in 2019 by Benny Schnaider (President), Rami Tamir (CEO) and Gil Hoffer (CTO), Salto has raised $ 69 million in less than a year and has Salesforce on its list of investors. The startup has offices in Tel Aviv and San Francisco.
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to commit is a global technology services company with offices in New York, Israel and Ukraine. The company was founded in 2005 by brothers Arik and Idan Faingold. The startup has more than a few key partners, including Patch, Plastiq, Dapper Labs, Relay, Certn, Procurify, Scope Security, among others.
Israeli startup Unicorn develops tools for comparison and recovery of stored data. The system helps businesses cover data loss and corruption, whether as a result of human error, malicious intent, or errors that occurred while installing applications and updates. . The company notes that its system emphasizes security, privacy and maintains compliance with GDPR regulations. In addition, its archiving tool automatically transfers data that is no longer needed into the workflow – while preserving its integrity, accessibility and security.
CleanBackupThe solution enables daily, automated and secure backup of SaaS (Software as a Service) and PaaS (Platform as a Service) data, for products such as SalesForce, Slack and ServiceNow. OwnBackup was founded in 2015 by Eran Cohen, CTO Ariel Berkman, and Vice President of Global Sales Ori Yankelev. The company is headquartered in New Jersey, with its R&D center based in Tel Aviv and additional offices in London. OwnBackup’s list has 500 employees.