CA to buy cloud computing solution provider 3Tera

CA has agreed to acquire privately-held 3Tera, in its latest attempt to expand the company’s portfolio of solutions to manage cloud computing.
 
The deal follows CA’s recent acquisitions of Cassatt, NetQoS and Oblicore. Terms of the agreement were not disclosed.
 
CA said 3Tera’s AppLogic offers an innovative solution for building cloud services and deploying complex enterprise-class applications to public and private clouds using an intuitive graphical user interface (GUI).
 
3Tera enables enterprises and service providers to provision, deploy and scale public and private cloud computing environments while maintaining full control, flexibility and reliability.
 
It also makes it easy for service providers to offer application stacks on demand by adding applications to the AppLogic catalog, where they can be deployed to a low-cost, shared cloud infrastructure.
 
3Tera said its customers include more than 80 enterprises and service providers globally, which use the cloud computing technology to provide services to thousands of users.
 

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