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How a Van Driver Launched a Multinational Cloud Transformation Business

Most newlyweds who have accumulated some savings probably think about making a down payment on a house. Angel Ramirez and Cristher Castro had a different idea for the $40,000 in their savings account. Together with their friend Hitomi Mizugaki, they bootstrapped a startup, Cuemby, which helps businesses take advantage of cloud-native technology without having to master complex new tools or services.

Now employing 34 people, Cuemby is staying close to its roots. The company’s founders, who worked as truck drivers or house cleaners after immigrating to the United States, are helping to blaze new paths for Spanish-speakers and women in the world of Kubernetes and cloud-native computing.

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