Manifold, a startup known for providing all of the tools developers need in a single marketplace, has decided to make its core product available as a service, so that other companies can build a catalogue of related services without a fuss.
Developers play a major role in the IT management strategy of any organization, but because they represent an edge case, they're often responsible for the launch of new services within the framework. Developers are responsible for creating other services used by employees for a myriad of reasons and
Today, we’re going to catch up with Manifold’s VP Product Peter Cho to find out what makes great products.
Manifold wants to tackle the growing complexity of service management for development teams by providing a combination of management platform and marketplace for application services commonly used by developers.
Halifax and San Francisco-based Manifold has launched with $18.5 million CAD from OMERS Ventures, Boldstart Ventures, Version One Ventures, Amplify Partners, and Leaders Fund.
As public cloud infrastructure providers have become more popular, on-premises vendors like to joke that they are like Hotel California for your data: you can never leave. Today, a startup that is co-headquartered in Halifax and San Francisco is launching with a solution to that problem.
With Manifold’s new Marketplace-as-a-Service (MaaS), developer-facing platforms can now add a cloud services marketplace to their ecosystem with ...
So you’ve developed an amazing service, listed it on Manifold and might be thinking, what's next? The Manifold co-marketing program is just one w...
At Manifold, we’re dedicated to constantly adding new and useful services. We help developers find, organize and connect the best services to the...
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