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Unicorn startup PagerDuty files to go public

On Friday, the IT operations company PagerDuty filed its S-1 to go public. PagerDuty previously confidentially filed for its IPO, but at the time, the government couldn't review its prospectus due to the government shutdown. The IT operations company PagerDuty filed its S-1 on Friday to go public. PagerDuty, which was founded in 2009, helps alert employees when there are IT incidents.  In the last twelve months, it has generated a revenue of $107 million. It now has over 10,000 customers. ...
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Why your startup shouldn’t rush to $1 million in revenue

Martina Lauchengco Contributor Share on Twitter Martina spent over 20 years as a marketing and product executive building and crafting strategies for market-defining software like Microsoft Office and Netscape Navigator. As an operating partner at Costanoa Ventures, she sits on multiple boards and advises companies on all things go-to-market. She also teaches at the UC Berkeley graduate school of engineering. ...
Tags: Startups, TC, Column, Tech, Customer Experience, Quora, Reddit, Microsoft Office, ARR, Martina, PagerDuty, WebEx, Eric Yuan, Costanoa Ventures, Costanoa Ventures Jim, Janine Pelosi Zoom


Meet Jennifer Tejada, the secret weapon of one of Silicon Valley’s fastest-growing enterprise software startups

PagerDuty, an eight-year-old, San Francisco-based company that sends companies information about their technology, doesn’t receive a fraction of the press that other fast-growing enterprise software companies receive. In fact, though it counts as customers heavyweight companies like Capital One, Spotify and Netflix; it employs 500 employees; and it has five offices around the world, it has largely operated out of the spotlight. That’s changing. For one thing, the company is now a so-called unico...
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Bessemer Venture Partners has a brand new $1.85B fund

It was once unusual for venture capital funds to cross the billion-dollar threshold. Now, multiple billion-dollar fund announcements in the same week is nothing to gawk at. Bessemer Venture Partners, an investment firm founded more than 100 years ago, is the latest to complete the fundraising circuit. The firm has brought in $1.85 billion for its tenth flagship VC fund, its fourth consecutive billion-dollar fund, according to PitchBook. Earlier reports indicated the firm had set a $1.6 billio...
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PagerDuty raises $90M to wake up more engineers in the middle of the night

PagerDuty, the popular service that helps businesses monitor their tech stacks, manage incidents and alert engineers when things go sideways, today announced that it has raised a $90 million Series D round at a valuation of $1.3 billion. With this, PagerDuty, which was founded in 2009, has now raised well over $170 million. The round was led by T. Rowe Price Associates and Wellington Management . Accel, Andreessen Horowitz and Bessemer Venture Partners. Given the leads in this round, cha...
Tags: Tech, Andreessen Horowitz, Wellington, PagerDuty, T Rowe Price Associates, Bessemer Venture Partners Given, Jennifer Tejada, GE Capital One IBM


“Time to keep going” says Harrison Metal, closing on a new, $68 million fund

Harrison Metal, a 10-year-old, San Francisco-based seed-stage venture fund, has closed its fifth vehicle with $68 million, founder Michael Dearing tweeted out a bit ago. “Ten  years ago this month, I started this business,” he wrote. ” I was excited-nervous as could be. Worried I didn’t belong in the venture capital world, I figured I’d keep my head down and work hard, ignore all the nonsense as much as possible, focus on what I loved and where I could help.” Dearing has indeed kept his head do...
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Accel leads Series C round for PagerDuty

San Francisco-based PagerDuty, a provider of digital operations management services, has secured $43.8 million in Series C funding. Accel led the round with participation from return backers Andreessen Horowitz, Bessemer Venture Partners, Baseline Ventures and Harrison Metal. Source: Press Release
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Sysadmin-waker PagerDuty targets CEOs and Europeans next

Escalate, escalate PagerDuty is looking to save CEOs, sales types and Europeans from the tyranny of midnight pagers, under newly swiped CEO Jennifer Tejada.…
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VC-backed PagerDuty appoints Tejada as CEO

San Francisco-based PagerDuty, a provider of incident management solutions, has named Jennifer Tejada as CEO. Previously, she was the president and CEO of Keynote Systems. PagerDuty’s backers include Andreessen Horowitz, Bessemer Venture Partners, Baseline Ventures and Ignition Partners. PRESS RELEASE SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–PagerDuty, the leader in modern incident management, today announced the appointment of Jennifer Tejada as chief executive officer and a member of the board; 95 percen...
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Linode Resets Passwords After Credentials Leak

New submitter qmrq sends news that Linode, a major provider of virtual private servers, has been compromised again. In a blog post, they said, "A security investigation into the unauthorized login of three accounts has led us to the discovery of two Linode.com user credentials on an external machine. This implies user credentials could have been read from our database, either offline or on, at some point. The user table contains usernames, email addresses, securely hashed passwords and encrypted...
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