HPE Buys Cloud Security Firm Scytale

HPE Buys Cloud Security Firm Scytale

Hewlett Packard Enterprise buys cloud security firm Scytale. The financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. San Francisco-based Scytale provides tools that help engineers build identity-driven and large-scale distributed software. Scytale cofounders Sunil James, Emiliano Berenbaum, and Andrew Jessup will join HPE.

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They will develop cryptographic-identity technology that offers customers the ability to deploy and achieve IT operational goals regardless of supplier or location. Prior to this, HPE had acquired Cape Networks, Cray, and Plexxi that offer solutions to tackle hybrid and multi-cloud connectivity.

Source: https://venturebeat.com/2020/02/03/hpe-acquires-identity-management-startup-scytale/

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