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Cloudyn

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Owners:
Microsoft
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Assets

Cloudyn is the Israeli startup advancing the service of monitoring of the same name of cloud infrastructure. Cloudyn analyzes the cost, load and performance of cloud services (among them — Amazon Web Services (AWS) Microsoft Azure Google Cloud), helping the companies to optimize resource allocation between them. The main office Cloudyn is in Israeli Roche-Ain. Also there are representations in New York and Boston (USA).

Among investors of Cloudyn the Russian venture fund Titanium Investments fund which took part in rounds of financing of $ $4 million and 11 million in 2014 and 2015 respectively appears. According to Crunchbase, for the history which began in 2012 Cloudyn attracted in total $20.5 million investments. The share of investments of Titanium Investments is unknown.

2017: Microsoft buys Cloudyn

On June 29, 2017 Microsoft announced Cloudyn acquisition. How many the software giant paid for this startup, officially is not reported, however, as writes the TechCrunch IT edition, it is about the amount from 50 to 70 million dollars.

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Microsoft signed the final agreement about purchase of the innovative company of Cloudyn which helps the enterprises and service providers to optimize the investments into cloud services. This acquisition directly reflects our commitment to expansion of opportunities of clients using the tools necessary for them for management of work in clouds and implementation of strategic advantages of a global, reliable, intellectual cloud, said in the official blog of Microsoft.
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Microsoft purchased the Israeli cloud company Cloudyn with the Russian investments
Microsoft purchased the Israeli cloud company Cloudyn with the Russian investments

Before purchase of sale of Microsoft the Cloudyn company cooperated with it the American corporation, providing to her corporate clients instruments of monitoring Azure and other cloud platforms. Microsoft notes that one of the world's largest companies entering the rating of Fortune 500 achieved a 286 percent investment payback in cloud services from the moment of the implementing solutions Cloudyn for the analysis and management of cloud assets.[1]

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