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NetApp acquires StackPointCloud

NetApp has acquired StackPointCloud, a provider of multi-cloud Kubernetes as-a-service and a contributor to the Kubernetes project. Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

StackPointCloud’s CEO Matt Baldwin and other members of the team will be joining NetApp, the company said in a statement.

The combination of StackPointCloud with NetApp creates NetApp Kubernetes Service, a Kubernetes platform for multi-cloud deployments and a complete cloud-based stack for Azure, Google Cloud, AWS, and NetApp HCI.

NetApp Kubernetes Service is immediately available at cloud.netapp.com.

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