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Susan Hall
Susan Hall

Susan Hall is the Sponsor Editor for The New Stack. Her job is to help sponsors attain the widest readership possible for their contributed content. She has written for The New Stack since its early days, as well as sites such as Dice, Enterprise Applications Today and IT Business Edge. She’s also been a writer and editor for MSNBC, USA Today, the Dallas Times Herald, the Seattle Times and Seattle Post-Intelligencer, as well as a technical writer for enterprises including Humana and GE Appliances.

STORIES BY Susan Hall
Data on Kubernetes: How We Got Here, What’s Next
Pulumi Introduces One-Click Deployments
How Intuit’s Platform Engineering Team Chose an App Definition
Materialize: Managed Real-Time Data
Axiom: All the Observability Data without Cost Worries
Seraphic Security: Protection for the Browser Where You Live
Baseten: Deploy and Share ML Models with Python
DoControl: Automating SaaS Data Security Policy Enforcement
Typemock Simplifies .NET, C++ Unit Testing
Soda Checks to Keep Your Data in Line
Fiberplane: Collaboration When Everything’s on Fire
Foundries.io: A Platform for IoT Development and Deployment
Bunnyshell Keeps Pre-Production Environments in Sync Automatically
Novu Tackles Notification Infrastructure Management
Oxeye Brings Multilayer Approach to Software Security Testing
OpenCost: Open Source Collaboration on Kubernetes Cost Standards
Predibase Takes Declarative Approach to AutoML
YuniKorn: Alternative to Kubernetes’ Default Scheduler for Big Data, ML
PlanetScale: More Monitoring, Connections and Regions for the Database Service
Encore Models, Builds the Backend Designed in Your Head
Rowy Takes on the Limits of Airtable with Low-Code Cloud Collaboration
Low-Code Backend Builder Canonic Starts with a Graph
Garden Automates Kubernetes Building, Deploying, Testing
PlanetScale Rewind: An ‘Undo’ Button for Bad Schema Migrations
Pulsar, NiFi: Better Together for Messaging, Streaming
Open Source Mizu Unblocks View into Kubernetes API Traffic
ZigiWave Takes a No-Code Approach to Integration
Stytch’s API-First Approach to Passwordless Authentication