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Opsware

Opsware Inc. was a company that specialized in software that automates managed services. Founded in 1999 as Loudcloud by Marc Andreessen, Ben Horowitz, Tim Howes and In Sik Rhee, it initially offered managed services and used its own Opsware software to control it. In 2002, Loudcloud sold its services business to EDS and changed the company name to its software. In 2007, Opsware was acquired by HP.
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(29) Silicon Valley's Mark Andreessen, co-founder of Loudcloud, the first cloud computing company, wrote in the Wall Street Journal in 2011, "...
Before banking, Foster has served in various management positions at RBC Capital Markets (NYSE: RY) (TSX: RY), LoudCloud, Deloitte Consulting and PricewaterhouseCoopers.
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Martina Launchego, Operating Partner at Costanoa Ventures with over 20 years as a marketing and product executive, building, branding, and launching market-defining software at Microsoft, Netscape/AOL, and Loudcloud.
Powers, and ran global marketing for web infrastructure company LoudCloud, including during its initial public offering.
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Horowitz was the CEO of Loudcloud, a computing services provider that was fighting for its life.
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LoudCloud: Identify at-risk learners, measure instructor performance and teacher outcomes, engage learners with social and collaborative tools and personalized content, use cutting-edge analytics, and more.
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