Cloudera acquires Eventador to accelerate Stream Processing in Public & Hybrid Clouds

We are thrilled to announce that Cloudera has acquired Eventador, a provider of cloud-native services for enterprise-grade stream processing. Eventador, based in Austin, TX, was founded by Erik Beebe and Kenny Gorman in 2016 to address a fundamental business problem – make it simpler to build streaming applications built on real-time data. This typically involved a lot of coding with Java, Scala or similar technologies.

Best Practices for Reducing Web Services and API Risks in M&A

Just like most software assets contain open source, modern software applications commonly link to external web services via APIs. But developers using web services might not have a suitable agreement to do so, and they may be inadvertently signing their companies up to terms of service. This white paper covers the types of risk associated with web services and how they can affect an M&A transaction.

The Salt Journey Continues with VMWare

On February 20th, 2011, I started on a journey. I wrote and committed my first lines of code to the Salt open source project. I was alone in my basement at the time, motivated by a desire to solve some technical problems and improve my resume. By April of 2011, I had cut the first release of Salt, version 0.6. In the early days, releases came quickly and the community began to grow. By the end of 2011, over 80 people had contributed code, many of whom are still with the project today.


Ivanti Announces Strategic Acquisitions of MobileIron and Pulse Secure

In just 24 hours, tech bloggers and news sites everywhere have been sharing Ivanti's latest acquisition announcement. The news has been picked up by several publications including Redmond Magazine, MarketWatch, TechTarget, WSJ Pro Cybersecurity, and Channel Futures. And while we're delighted to be picked up by so many publications (seriously, we feel like the popular kid at school!), we're glad you've found yourself here on the Ivanti blog!


PagerDuty to Acquire Rundeck

Today is a great day for PagerDuty customers, practitioners, partners, and employees as we’ve entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Rundeck, a Californian start-up that’s a leader and innovator in DevOps automation. Before I get into the technicalities of what our solutions can do together, let me first set the scene on why we decided to do this, now.


SUSE Acquires Rancher Labs: Is the Cloud Native Promise Under Threat from Consolidation?

When SUSE, the world’s largest independent open source company, announced its acquisition of Rancher Labs in early July 2020, the industry took notice. Clearly, the Kubernetes management industry is very much alive. But, the merger also raised the question of what this means for users? After all, a key value proposition of cloud native technologies, like SUSE, is that they are modular, interoperable, and flexible.