22 Startups to Watch in ’18

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Launched as a public beta in November 2017, FlureeDB aims to provide a scalable, blockchain cloud database for enterprise use. According to the company, FlureeDB takes full advantage of its immutable blockchain core to offer key features not found in a traditional relational or document databases such as time-travel, full audit trails, and detectable modification attempts.

An enterprise artificial intelligence (AI) cybersecurity company, JASK launched in 2017 with the announcement of $12 million in Series A funding. According to JASK, while humans are the best defense against cyberattacks today, there is a shortage of candidates to fill cybersecurity roles and many organizations spend too much of their time on common malware infections, leaving them vulnerable to the targeted threats that matter most.

Kyvos Insights
Founded by a team of veterans from Yahoo!, Impetus, and Intellicus Technologies, Kyvos Insights, a big data analytics company, emerged from stealth mode in 2015 to unlock the power of big data analytics with its “OLAP on Hadoop” and has partnered with companies including Cloudera, Hortonworks, MapR, and Tableau.

Providing a software license management and audit protection service, LicenseFortress® aims to proactively monitor license compliance to protect organizations from unforeseen liability, with three levels of service (Discovery, Standard, Premier) to work within customers’ budgets, and help reduce risk and eliminate surprises.

View From The Top By Dean Bolton, Co-Founder & Chief Architect

LicenseFortress® was born after we were approached by VMware about a predicament that many of their customers were facing when trying to license Oracle on VMware. Read on.  
With an intelligent log analytics platform that combines advanced machine learning with the open-source ELK (Elasticsearch, Logstash, Kibana) stack, synthesizes machine data, user behavior, and community knowledge into actionable insights to help organizations take their operations to the next level.

Founded in 2014 to provide products and services based on Node.js, an application runtime that is a fast-growing open source project, NodeSource offers N|Solid, which provides security, performance, and extensibility for Node.js.

Panoply utilizes machine learning and natural language processing to learn, model and automate the standard data management activities performed by data engineers, server developers and data scientists, saving lines of code and hours of debugging and research.

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