I met Carol Schutlz in 2013 when my startup, CloudHealth Technologies, was still in its earliest phases. Our small team was actively hiring across all functions, and Carol offered to partner with us to find top talent. I have worked
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,
I’ve binge watched enough Netflix behind-the-music documentaries to know that if CloudHealth were a rock band, today would be the scene where I announce I’m leaving the band. Yes, today is my last day at CloudHealth by VMware.
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