Google Buys Talaria


Google has acquired Web application server company Talaria for an undisclosed sum. The company will become part of the Google Cloud Platform team.

At Talaria, we set out to fix the way people build and run modern web sites and applications. Over the past two years, we’ve proven our technology by powering some of the most popular sites on the web. Now, by joining forces with Google’s Cloud Platform team, we’ll be able to help even more developers build and run their sites better.

Austin Robison, CEO and co-founder of Talaria, has joined Google in the capacity of Product Manager.

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