Admin Globaldots
18.05.2020
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Software giant VMware has said it plans to acquire specialist Kubernetes company Octarine, a deal at the core of VMware’s drive to become a major security provider.

Following the firm’s decision to snap up Carbon Black seven months ago, VMware is hoping to integrate Octarine’s security platform for Kubernetes applications into its broader security services.

The company’s technology helps simplify DevSecOps and enables cloud-native environments to be more secure from development through runtime, according to Carbon Black’s CEO Patrick Morley.

Read more: IT Pro UK

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