A couple weeks ago Keith Cline and I got together for a chat on the Venturefizz podcast. Keith and Venturefizz were early partners of CloudHealth Technologies, helping us recruit key early talent and establish our employment brand in the Boston
I recently came across my original pitch deck for CloudHealth Technologies. It was like finding a time capsule in the ground, perfectly preserving a moment from when CloudHealth was a one-person business fueled by nothing more than hopes and dreams.
One of my early Lean experiments at CloudHealth Technologies was to go on a hunt for businesses that had built internal systems to manage their public cloud cost and infrastructure. I knew I would be building a new product category,
After social distancing on Cape Cod for 13+ months, I returned to Boston to find a very different tech community than the one I left. Gone were the coffee meetings, the meetups, the collaborating at a white board, the conferences,
In the early formative phases of CloudHealth, I ran an experiment called “The Sale.” The idea of the experiment was to try to sell my crude Minimum Viable Product (MVP) for $50K, which was my estimated average selling price for
After leaving my job to start CloudHealth Technologies, I asked several colleagues I respected in the industry to become advisors for my journey. My first advisor was Jeff McCarthy, a partner at North Bridge Venture Partners, who agreed to let