Microsoft today announced that the company has acquired BlueStripe. For those unfamiliar with BlueStripe, it’s a leading provider of application management technology which allows developers to map, monitor and troubleshoot their applications across cloud environments, data centers, and operating systems. Microsoft’s Mike Neil stated:
“I’m pleased to announce that Microsoft has completed the acquisition of BlueStripe Software, a leading provider of application management technology. BlueStripe’s solution helps map, monitor and troubleshoot distributed applications across heterogeneous operating systems and multiple datacenter and cloud environments. BlueStripe is commonly used today by customers to extend the value of Microsoft System Center by adding application-aware infrastructure performance monitoring.”
Mike Neil also stated that BlueStripe’s employees will join Microsoft’s family and the company will work be working hard to integrate BlueStripe’s solution into Microsoft’s management products and services. Additionally, BlueStrip will no longer sell its solutions – however, existing customers will continue to receive support from the company while Microsoft is working on the updates.
There isn’t any word on the acquisition price, unfortunately. However, make sure to head over to this link to find out more about BlueStripe’s technology and the acquisition.
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