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TIBCO Buys nanoscale.io

July 6, 2017

TIBCO has acquired nanoscale.io, a provider of innovative microservices technology and tooling. The acquisition extends and enhances TIBCO's position in the development of microservices and APIs that connect and integrate with a more expansive on-premises or hybrid cloud environment, and bolster its Connected Intelligence platform.

Terms were not disclosed.

"The next generation of digital experiences are going to be powered by microservices architecture, which will create significant challenges and complexities for developers," said Rajeev Kozhikkattuthodi, vice president of product and strategy, TIBCO. "We're continuing to expand our strong roots and expertise in Connected Intelligence and API Management with technologies like nanoscale.io's next-generation application tooling for microservices. These solutions keep our customers on the leading edge of digital transformation initiatives and enable us to provide breakthrough capabilities for developers in this space."

Nanoscale.io microservices development capabilities combined with the strong API Management pedigree of TIBCO Mashery® support a "bring your own code" approach to microservices development, allowing developers to use any programming language and even mix them in a polyglot environment. Nanoscale.io tooling accelerates development and provides the fastest way to build microservices and assemble them into APIs. Once created, the microservices can then be quickly deployed to almost any environment, including on-premises, mobile, in the cloud, or even on an IoT edge device, delivering enhanced agility and speed.

The addition of nanoscale.io to the TIBCO portfolio will also allow customers to take advantage of new trends related to serverless computing and Function-as-a-Service (FaaS) application styles. These technologies can significantly reduce operational costs, especially in edge and IoT applications where more processing takes place on the local device, with a more efficient utilization of microservices.

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