SAN JOSE, Calif. — The data storage company NetApp is expanding its CloudOps portfolio by acquiring venture capital-backed Fylamynt.
NetApp acquired Fylamynt for its CloudOps automation technology, according to NetApp last month.
Fylamynt’s technology helps customers build, run, manage, and analyze workflows securely in “any cloud with little to no code.”
Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
NetApp believes as cloud services and workflows increase, developing and maintaining integrations and automation becomes expensive, complex, and time-consuming, requiring site reliability engineering (SRE) resources.
Fylamynt is designed to help DevOps and SREs scale, optimize, and maintain their cloud operations.
The acquisition builds on NetApp’s investment to grow its Spot by NetApp line of CloudOps multicloud infrastructure management services.
Over the last two years, NetApp acquired several companies to bolster Spot by NetApp: CloudHawk for security and compliance; Data Mechanics for data analytics and machine learning (ML) workloads in the cloud; and CloudCheckr for cloud cost management.
“This strategic acquisition accelerates NetApp’s overall CloudOps leadership and empowers customers to continue to enjoy more cloud at less cost,” said Anthony Lye, EVP and GM of public cloud services at NetApp.
Pradeep Padala, co-founder and CEO and Fylamynt, said the brands share a “common vision to help teams deploy and run at cloud speed” and look to “democratize automation for every enterprise.”