AWS AND SALESFORCE
Although Salesforce continues to invest in data centers, it has made the jump to the AWS cloud Salesforce acquires Coolan, specializing in analysis of DPCs
The startup of analytical data center Coolan has signed a definitive agreement to be acquired by Salesforce, although not made public the purchase price. Coolan develops a software platform that allows to know the performance of data centers.
The co-founder of Coolan, Michael Amir said in a blog that his team “will help Salesforce to optimize their infrastructure while scale to support customer growth worldwide.”
While still based Salesforce and invests in its own data centers, it has made Amazon Web Services provider public cloud infrastructure favorite and has already begun the shift toward public cloud.
“These last few years have been some of the most rewarding of my career. Together with my brother and co-founder Yoni, have successfully launched a company that has brought transparency to hardware operations,” Michael said.
“We hired a trained team of engineers who developed tools that allow our customers to monitor and analyze the reliability of infrastructure to increase uptime and optimize efficiency.”
Amir Michael previously worked as hardware engineer in Google for five and a half years before moving to Facebook, where he participated in the founding of the Open Compute Project (OCP). However, it is confirmed its continuity in the PCO.
Salesforce contributed to the Open Compute Project, but is not listed as a member.
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