VMware buys app delivery software startup CloudVolumes


CloudVolumes asserts its software allows companies to "deliver any number of applications and any amount of data to any number of virtual machines within milliseconds or seconds." It offers products for both server and PC virtualization platforms, and also for migrating/delivering apps on cloud-based servers.

The synergies with VMware's (VMW, EMC) server and PC virtualization platforms, each of which have been dealing with tough competition, are easy to see. As it is, CloudVolumes' software integrates with VMware's vCloud Automation Center (aims to automate IT service delivery).

VMware hasn't disclosed the acquisition price. The company predicts the combination of CloudVolumes and VMware's Horizon (PC/app virtualization) platform will "allow customers to build a real-time application delivery system that enables all applications to be centrally managed, always available and up-to-date, and delivered to virtualized environments for desktop, server or cloud on-demand."

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