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Microsoft buys HockeyApp to bolster mobile app monitoring

Microsoft wants to expand its support for non-Windows mobile devices

Microsoft has acquired HockeyApp, a provider of mobile app crash analytics and app distribution services. The company said it plans to integrate HockeyApp’s technology into its Application Insights offering in a bid to expand support for iOS and Android devices.

Cloud monitoring firm Cloudyn secures $4m

Cloud monitoring firm Cloudyn secured $4m in new investment

Cloudn, which offers a cloud platform monitoring and optimisation service has secured $4m in its latest funding round, bringing its total secured investment to $5.5m. The company said the funds will be used to build support for more cloud platforms.

Google buys cloud app monitoring company Stackdriver

Google acquired Stackdriver and plans to integrate its cloud app monitoring tool with its cloud platform

Google said Thursday that the company has acquired cloud service monitoring startup Stackdriver for an undisclosed sum. The company said it plans to invest more in Stackdriver following its integration with the Google cloud platform.

Joyent taps Clustrix for cloud SQL, app performance analytics

Joyent is partnering with Clustrix to offer the latter's database service and improve application performance

Infrastructure as a service provider Joyent announced a partnership with Clustrix Thursday that will see the public cloud provider deploy ClustrixDB to add SQL database capabilities and real-time application monitoring analytics for customers.

CloudSigma and New Relic partner for app monitoring

CloudSigma and New Relic are partnering on app monitoring

Infrastructure as a service company CloudSigma announced Wednesday that the company is partnering with analytics company New Relic to provide cloud-based application monitoring for CloudSigma customers.

Techniolor; IBM partner on M2M, Internet of Things

Technicolor and IBM are partnering to deliver an application and device monitoring service for a range of industries

Media service and technology provider Technicolor has teamed up with IBM to develop a cloud-based monitoring and management service, Virdata, targeted at the Internet of Things and M2M sectors. The service, which can be used to track performance for a range of IP-connected devices, will be hosted on IBM’s SoftLayer infrastructure.