NetApp buys cloud management specialist Spot

Thursday 4 June 2020 | 09:15 CET | News
NetApp, a provider of cloud data services, has agreed to buy Spot, a specialist in compute management and cost optimisation on public clouds, with the aim of becoming the best in application driven infrastructure. The company said that the merger will help customers save up 90 percent on their compute and storage cloud expenses. This will in turn accelerate public cloud adoption, NetApp added. Specifically, the two companies will use Spot's "as-a-service" platform to help customers deploy more applications to public clouds, faster.

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Categories: Internet / IT
Companies: NetApp
Countries: World
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