News of Note—NetApp buys StackPointCloud for cloud native, Alibaba Cloud partners with VMware and more

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Alibaba Cloud said it would now offer VMware's hybrid cloud software stack on its cloud infrastructure. (Pixabay)

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> In a bid to boost its cloud-native ambitions, NetApp announced it was buying StackPointCloud, which is a provider of a Kubernetes-as-a-service platform. Container Journal article

> Alibaba Cloud said it would now offer VMware's hybrid cloud software stack on its cloud infrastructure. SDxCentral article

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> Tungsten Fabric, a Linux Foundation Networking project, has launched a quick-start environment hosted at Amazon Web Services, targeting developers working with Kubernetes who have limited networking experience. Release

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