VMware acquires Heptio, bets big on Kubernetes

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In an effort to improve its Kubernetes-based offerings, VMware announced that it’s acquired Heptio, a Seattle startup co-founded by two of the three people who co-created Kubernetes back at Google in 2014, during its big customer event in Europe this morning. Founded in 2016 by Joe Beda and Craig McLuckie, Heptio has quickly gained popularity…

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