CA has reached an agreement to acquire cloud computing infrastructure specialist 3Tera. The company is privately owned, and terms of the deal were not disclosed.
3Tera specialises in cloud computing system management, and develops tools to help companies roll out and manage cloud-based applications.
CA said that it intends to use the acquisition to bolster its overall cloud platform, particularly for large enterprises and service providers.
"3Tera technology is a powerful addition to the total solution CA provides for optimising these high-value supply chains from the mainframe to the cloud," said Chris O'Malley, CA executive vice president for cloud products and solutions.
"Chief information officers can use cloud computing to build and manage a new type of IT supply chain across today's virtualised internal and external technology infrastructures."
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