“Maximizing Efficiency: A Look at’s Automated Resource Allocation for Kubernetes Workloads”

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“Thoras essentially integrates alongside a cloud-based service and it consistently monitors the usage of that service,” company CEO Nilo Rahmani told TechCrunch. They launched the company right after the first of the year and closed their pre-seed funding just a few weeks ago. In terms of AI, the company currently uses more task-based machine learning than generative AI and large language models (LLMs). “A lot of the problems that we’re facing are systemic issues, and there are a lot of numbers involved. They see LLMs being more useful in troubleshooting after the fact at some point as they fill out the product.

LACERA Slashes Venture Capital Allocation Range Due to Market Conditions

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LACERA decreases venture capital allocation range, but experts say it doesn’t signal a trend Analysts say this is likely more of a one-off than a sign that LP interest in venture is waning. The Los Angeles County Employees Retirement Association (LACERA) voted to decrease its allocation range to venture capital at a March 13 meeting. The board of investments voted to decrease its allocation range to venture capital and growth equity from between 15% and 30% of the pension system’s private equity portfolio, to between 5% and 25%. LACERA’s venture portfolio is currently 10.8% of the PE portfolio. “They aren’t going to cut their venture allocation.

“Slash Your Cloud Expenses with ScaleOps’ Automated Kubernetes Setup”

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That was supposed to help solve a resource allocation problem because the containers should run just long enough to handle the job. But as Kubernetes environments have grown increasingly complex, it has created another set of problems as engineering teams have to manually change the Kubernetes configurations to handle shifting needs. It resulted in a lot of engineering time spent configuring resources and the end result was often inflated cloud bills. At a time when companies are looking to save on their cloud bills, he sees an opportunity to grow. ScaleOps has 30 employees today with plans to double that number by the end of next year.