Kaitlyn Henry
Vice President at OpenView
Culture
Consistency And Clarity: How DevRel Leaders Make Inclusion A Priority
Leaders in the developer relations (DevRel) space focus on creating lively, encouraging, and valuable online communities for users of their...
by Kaitlyn Henry
Product
New Approaches To the Old-School Relational Database
Editor’s Note: As two investors keeping a close eye on the world of data, Kaitlyn Henry from OpenView and Sam...
by Kaitlyn Henry, Sam Broner
Tech Trends
3 Security Considerations for the Age of Connected Work
At OpenView, we recently shared our vision on the next era of product-led growth. We're calling it the Age of...
by Kaitlyn Henry
Portfolio Updates
OpenView Leads $18M Series A in Kintent, a Security and Compliance Trust Management Platform
We couldn’t be more excited to announce our Series A investment in Kintent, a trust management platform that helps security...
by Kaitlyn Henry
Portfolio Updates
Comet: MLOps for the Next Generation of Machine Learning

We’re excited to welcome Comet into the OpenView family as we lead their $50M Series B. 

by Kaitlyn Henry
Portfolio Updates
OpenView Leads $17M Series B in Kolide to Improve End-User Security and Transparency

We are excited to welcome Kolide to the OpenView family as we lead their $17M Series B. Kolide is a Boston-based company offering an IT operations platform that empowers employees to take more control over their device security.

by Tom Holahan, Ricky Pelletier, Kaitlyn Henry, Colin Vergilio
Product
The Data-Centric AI Movement and Opportunities for the MLOps Ecosystem

“Data is the new oil,” has become somewhat of a trope in the tech community: a quippy statement to illustrate the vast amount of data in the universe…

by Kaitlyn Henry, Maor Fridman
Product
5 Common DataOps Mistakes (and How To Avoid Them)

In the process of exploring or formalizing your DataOps efforts? GitLab’s Rob Parker shares what not to do.

by Kaitlyn Henry
VC Insights
Investors Predict What’s Next In Identity and Access Management

97% of security executives plan to expand or continue existing spend on identity and access management tools in 2021. 

by Kaitlyn Henry, Eliza Loring