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VMware is bringing VMs and containers together, taking advantage of Heptio acquisition

VMware is bringing VMs and containers together, taking advantage of Heptio acquisition At VMworld today in San Francisco, VMware introduced a new set of services for managing virtual machines and containers in a single view called Tanzu. The product takes advantage of the knowledge the company gained when it acquired Heptio last […]

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VMware says it’s looking to acquire Pivotal

VMware says it’s looking to acquire Pivotal VMware today confirmed that it is in talks to acquire software development platform Pivotal Software, the service best known for commercializing the open-source Cloud Foundry platform. The proposed transaction would see VMware acquire all outstanding Pivotal Class A stock for $15 per share, a significant […]

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VMware acquires Heptio, the startup founded by 2 co-founders of Kubernetes

VMware acquires Heptio, the startup founded by 2 co-founders of Kubernetes During its big customer event in Europe, VMware announced another acquisition to step up its game in helping enterprises build and run containerised, Kubernetes-based architectures: it has acquired Heptio, a startup out of Seattle that was co-founded by Joe Beda and Craig […]

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Four years after release of Kubernetes 1.0, it has come a long way

Four years after release of Kubernetes 1.0, it has come a long way On June 6th, 2014 Kubernetes 1.0 was released. At the time, nobody could have predicted that 4 years later that the project would become a de facto standard for container orchestration or that the biggest tech companies in the […]

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Heptio launches an open source load balancer for Kubernetes and OpenStack

Heptio launches an open source load balancer for Kubernetes and OpenStack Heptio is one of the more interesting companies in the container ecosystem. In part, that’s due to the simple fact that it was founded by Craig McLuckie and Joe Beda, two of the three engineers behind the original Kubernetes project, but […]

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Heptio launches its Kubernetes ‘un-distribution’

Heptio launches its Kubernetes ‘un-distribution’  Heptio holds a special place in the Kubernetes startup ecosystem. Its co-founders are, after all, two of the co-founders of the Kubernetes project. Heptio has raised millions, but it was never clear what their business plan looked like beyond offering training and professional services. It’s becoming clearer […]

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Heptio raises $25M Series B to help bring cloud-native computing to the enterprise

Heptio raises M Series B to help bring cloud-native computing to the enterprise  Heptio, the startup founded by Kubernetes co-founders Craig McLuckie and Joe Beda, today announced that it has raised a $25 million Series B funding round led by Madrona Venture partners. Lightspeed Venture Partners and Accel Partners also joined in […]

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