Microsoft buys-up Deis for open-source Kubernetes containers expertise

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Microsoft invests in Azure with Deis purchase

Microsoft invests in Kubernetes containerisation software developer Deis to help beef-up Azure

Microsoft has purchased Deis, a developer of open-source Kubernetes containerisation technology, as it bids to flesh out its Azure cloud computing platform. The terms of the deal were not disclosed...

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