The third blog in a series of blogs Prabakar explores how computing infrastructure has become over-centralized with SaaS and IaaS cloud services.

In the second blog, Prabakar Sundarrajan shares how de-centralization via microservices and external services is impacting application development and deployment.

How we differentiate from other VCs and incubators? Rajan shares The Fabric’s co-creation approach at the TiE conference 2019.

Announcing The Fabric new co-creation – Copper Wire Systems

Scott Fulton, welcome to The Fabric family and OpsCruise, the autonomous performance assurance company.

Prabakar’s set of 5 blogs on why infrastructure has to be reimagined to meet the evolving needs and challenges.

Our co-creation Spanugo, an automated security assurance platform, hires CEO.

How we differentiate from other VCs and incubators? The Fabric multi-phase model of building infrastructure companies w/entrepreneurs in cloud & IoT. Phases 2&3 explain what happens after a year of the idea validation.

Kmesh, The Fabric co-created company, supports the transition from centralized data lakes to distributed data ponds and provides software that distributes your data, across onprem, clouds, countries, and edges, as a single global namespace. Kmesh‘s CEO Jeff Kim on using cloud data management tools to avoid single cloud vendor lock-in 5 mistakes to avoid: 1. Developing a fragmented […]

In an earlier post, we examined how microservices application as complex distributed systems have created more complex and less predictable performance profiles.  Here we examine the state of monitoring systems and their effectiveness and limitations in helping operations (Ops) teams manage the performance of applications.