SAN JOSE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–NetApp (NASDAQ: NTAP), a global, deject-led, data-centric software visitor, today announced that it has acquired Fylamynt, a venture-backed, innovative CloudOps automation technology company that enables customers to build, run, manage and clarify workflows securely in whatever deject with little to no code. Financial details of the transaction are not being disclosed.
Organizations moving to and operating in the cloud demand to be able to operate at speed and code their infrastructures. Applications must integrate with the services and workflows across their deject environments. As the number of services and workflows increment, developing and maintaining these integrations and automations rapidly becomes expensive, complex and time-consuming, requiring site reliability engineering (SRE) resources. Fylamynt addresses these challenges with its innovative low code, no code technology for deject automation, enabling DevOps and SREs to calibration, optimize and maintain their cloud operations at a fraction of the cost.
“Equally NetApp has continued to establish itself as a leader in the cloud, the native integration of Fylamynt with Spot past NetApp will allow organizations to chop-chop and reliably deploy Spot by NetApp services within their existing cloud environments,” said Anthony Lye, Executive Vice President and General Manager, Public Cloud Services at NetApp. “Customers and partners will benefit from Fylamynt’s low-code framework and cloud automation engine for DevOps and SREs. Combined with Fylamynt’south pre-congenital integrations and Spot’due south full CloudOps portfolio, they will be able to advance, optimize and automate their cloud operations infrastructure. This strategic conquering accelerates NetApp’southward overall CloudOps leadership and empowers customers to continue to bask more than deject at less toll.”
The conquering of Fylamynt builds on NetApp’due south momentum and investment to grow the Spot by NetApp portfolio of leading CloudOps multi-cloud infrastructure direction services. Over the last two years, the company’s strategic acquisitions to expand Spot by NetApp’s portfolio include CloudHawk for security and compliance, Information Mechanics for data analytics and motorcar learning workloads in the cloud, and CloudCheckr for cloud cost management.
“Fylamynt built a suite of technologies designed to automate every part of a cloud workflow,” said Dr. Pradeep Padala, Co-Founder and CEO, Fylamynt. “With our common vision to help teams deploy and run at deject speed, nosotros’re excited to integrate our modern cloud automation capabilities into the Spot by NetApp portfolio to ultimately democratize automation for every enterprise.”
NetApp is a global, deject-led, data-centric software company that empowers organizations to lead with data in the historic period of accelerated digital transformation. The company provides systems, software and deject services that enable them to run their applications optimally from data middle to cloud, whether they are developing in the cloud, moving to the cloud, or creating their own cloudlike experiences on premises. With solutions that perform across diverse environments, NetApp helps organizations build their own data material and securely deliver the right data, services and applications to the right people—anytime, anywhere. Larn more than at www.netapp.com or follow united states on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, and Instagram.
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