Google Acquires Cloud Commerce Platform ORBITERA

The start-up ORBITERA, acquired by Google for an amount estimated at $ 100 million, offers independent publishers and corporations the tools to automate the marketing process of their cloud service offerings.
Google has announced the acquisition ORBITERA, a startup originally a trading platform for software vendors to better manage the sale of their cloud service offerings. The transaction amount was not disclosed, but it could rise to $ 100 million, according to the website TechCrunch . The sapling has developed a series of tools that automate processes related to the distribution and marketing of cloud software (deployment, management and pricing). These are for both to large and independent publishers.  
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If will orbit now supports the deployment of cloud applications on AWS and Microsoft Azure, it will soon be integrated with the cloud platform of Google, said the Mountain View company in a blog post .

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