VMware is buying Bitnami, a San Francisco-based startup that makes pre-packaged software apps. The price of the deal was not disclosed.
The Bitnami founders said they decided to sell after realizing that they would have had to raise venture capital cash to keep growing — the company had only raised a scant $1.1 million in seed funding, and thought that going after more investment capital would be risky.
Buying Bitnami boosts VMware's pursuit of a multi-cloud strategy.
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