Internal help desks overwhelmed with requests for software updates and hardware repair, now can get a version of Jira issue tracking software for their own use.
Security-as-a-Service player agrees to sell to Welch, Carson, Anderson & Stowe with an eye on growth (and paying off current investors.)
Meet Stackdriver, the Boston startup that wants to wow you with its infrastructure analytics and the first of our ten Stucture:Europe Launchpad finalists.
With Enstratius, Dell gets enterprise-class cloud management capabilities, says Enstratius CTO George Reese.
Who is willing to bet that Dell and BMC taking themselves private is the end of a trend? Right, me neither.
Big Blue says UrbanCode’s software works well with its own Worklight mobile application development platfrom to speed up the creation and deployment of mobile (and cloud) apps.
Zenoss will use its new-found cash to staff up its international operations, better support global partners, and improve the real-time analytics of its IT monitoring system, said CEO Bill Karpovich.
BMC, a specialist in the systems management technology used in traditional data centers, is buying VaraLogix to make it easier to deploy and update multi-tier applications. This deal follows BMC’s acquisition last year of StreamStep and its application delivery know-how.
Dell may buy Quest Software in a bid to bolster its overall software management play, according to a Bloomberg report. Quest makes management software and tools that could help Dell to become an enterprise services provider — a long-time goal for the PC maker.
Greylock Partners, seeking more operational experience in the enterprise and cloud computing sector, named Dev Ittyhceria, an operations guy who made his name in enterprise software, as its newest partner. Ittycheria founded Bladelogic and sold it to BMC seven years later for $900 million.