Google buys cloud monitoring service Stackdriver

Thursday 8 May 2014 | 15:34 CET | News
Google has announced that it has acquired cloud monitoring service Stackdriver for an undisclosed amount. Stackdriver, which was launched in 2012, allows users to closely monitor their cloud applications and services. Its reputation stems from the tools it developed for monitoring Amazon Web Services and other cloud environments. Google said it would integrate many Stackdriver features into its own Cloud Platform over the coming months, giving customers more visibility into errors, performance, behaviour and operations.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Amazon / Google
Countries: World
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