Oracle is gearing up to execute the largest deal in its entire history – the company has agreed to buy Cerner, a leading electronic health records vendor, for $28.3 billion. The Cerner acquisition is slated to be an all-cash deal of $95/share and is expected to complete early next year. Cerner is a healthcare technology firm that streamlines health information and facilitates its accessibility for modern clinical teams.
WebPageTest recently completed a year as part of the Catchpoint family (yes, we acquired a company during the pandemic). In the past twelve months, we have built an entire WebPageTest team to power the developer experience around web performance. We’ve also launched initial premium experiences on the platform. Our developer community continues to contribute to the beloved open-source version, as well as share best practices with other users.
As consumers, we are all intimately aware of our individual dependence on the internet. Now consider that dependency and apply it to the business-critical services that your company uses daily. Nearly overnight, companies are at the mercy of the internet, a network of public networks as nearly all employees work remotely and apps that were once hosted internally move to external SaaS providers.
Broadcom Software just announced the intention to acquire AppNeta, a pioneer in end-user experience over the internet. AppNeta will be integrated with DX NetOps, the network monitoring software portfolio within Broadcom’s Enterprise Software Division. The acquisition marks a key milestone in the DX NetOps vision to assure Network Observability Anywhere. AppNeta adds solutions, technologies, and people that will enable DX NetOps to deliver more value to our customers and partners.
We’re delighted to announce that we’ve acquired Specto, a powerful mobile profiling tool from ex-Facebook mobile experts who share our determination for building developer-first performance monitoring products that actually suit the modern dev stack.
Delivering both constant innovation and consistently great experiences with software offerings is becoming a critical business imperative in the new world of hybrid work. As a result, more companies are transforming to become software companies—creating the need to quickly and continuously upgrade software applications and technology foundations. Easier said than done? Not anymore.
We couldn’t be more excited here at Anodot at the announcement of the acquisition of Pileus. Acquiring a company is a very special event, a moment that is the culmination of months of thought and deliberation. Is there a strong synergy between the two entities? Do we share the same DNA and culture? Is the additional product aligned with our long-term vision?