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Kubernetes co-founder Craig McLuckie is as tired of talking about Kubernetes as you are

Kubernetes co-founder Craig McLuckie is as tired of talking about Kubernetes as you are “I’m so tired of talking about Kubernetes . I want to talk about something else,” joked Kubernetes co-founder and VP of R&D at VMware Craig McLuckie during a keynote interview at this week’s Cloud Foundry Summit in The Hague. […]

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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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Y Combinator Demo Day, revenue-based VC funding, Pivotal, Dell, Tumblr, WeWork, and more

Y Combinator Demo Day, revenue-based VC funding, Pivotal, Dell, Tumblr, WeWork, and more Editor’s note Due to bad travel logistics (thanks SFO), I wasn’t able to get the mid-week edition of the Extra Crunch roundup newsletter out. Sorry about that. Instead, here is everything we published this week on Extra Crunch in […]

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VMware acquires Carbon Black for $2.1B and Pivotal for $2.7 billion

VMware acquires Carbon Black for .1B and Pivotal for .7 billion VMware today announced that it is acquiring Carbon Black, a publicly traded security company that focuses on securing modern cloud-native workloads. The price of the acquisition is about $2.1 billion. In addition, VMware also confirmed the acquisition of Pivotal, which will […]

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The five great reasons to attend TechCrunch’s Enterprise show Sept. 5 in SF

The five great reasons to attend TechCrunch’s Enterprise show Sept. 5 in SF The vast enterprise tech category is Silicon Valley’s richest, and today it’s poised to change faster than ever before. That’s probably the biggest reason to come to TechCrunch’s first-ever show focused entirely on enterprise. But here are five more […]

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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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TechCrunch’s Enterprise event early bird deadline extended: buy now & save $100

TechCrunch’s Enterprise event early bird deadline extended: buy now & save 0 Even the most enterprising startup founders can suffer a bout of procrastination or last-minute decision making. We get it. That’s why we’re extending the early-bird deadline for  TC Sessions: Enterprise 2019 in San Francisco on September 5. You now have […]

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Learn how enterprise startups win big deals at TechCrunch’s Enterprise show on Sept. 5

Learn how enterprise startups win big deals at TechCrunch’s Enterprise show on Sept. 5 Big companies today may want to look and feel like startups, but when it comes to the way they approach buying new enterprise solutions, especially from new entrants. But from the standpoint of a true startup, closing deals […]

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Google teams up with VMware to bring more enterprises to its cloud

Google teams up with VMware to bring more enterprises to its cloud Google today announced a new partnership with VMware that will make it easier for enterprises to run their VMware workloads on Google Cloud.  Specifically, Google Cloud will now support VMware Cloud Foundation, the company’s system for deploying and running hybrid […]

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VMware acquires ML acceleration startup Bitfusion

VMware acquires ML acceleration startup Bitfusion VMware today announced that it has acquired Bitfusion, a former participant in our Startup Battlefield competition. Bitfusion was one of the earliest companies to help businesses accelerate their complex computing workloads on GPUs, FPGAs and ASICs. In its earliest iteration, over four years ago, the company’s […]

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