Open source and containers found themselves at the center of M&A activity this year.
Broadcom closed on its $18.9 billion acquisition of CA earlier this week.
Broadcom took over Veracode as part of its $18.9 billion purchase of CA Technologies, which it completed this week. CA bought Veracode in 2017.
CEO Hock Tan said the company will sell hardware to new customers and will see a boost from 5G.
EMA Senior Analyst Shamus McGillicuddy says this deal has less to do with Broadcom's technology strategy and everything to do with money.
Following the tumultuous purchase of Brocade (that reportedly led to the layoffs of 1,100 employees) and the blocked purchase of Qualcomm — Broadcom seeks to diversify its portfolio with the purchase of the monitoring software company.
DevSecOps automates core security tasks by embedding security controls and processes into DevOps, thus baking security into the code.
CA Technologies and Ixia extended an existing partnership to resolve scale and complexity hurdles introduced by software-defined infrastructures.
VMware is a customer using the application security product, which allows companies to use open source libraries to speed software development without adding unmanaged risk.
The company said that it is consolidating the number of its offices and letting go of employees that don't have the right skill sets.
CA Technologies says containers are “no-brainers” because they improve flexibility and increase developer productivity.
Eighty-four percent of software buyers include security requirements in new vendor contracts.
The Container Monitoring Essentials hub page discusses the importance of containers in today’s datacenter environment, predicting that containers will—in time—be the means by which all workloads are deployed on server platforms.
The company integrated two acquisitions during the quarter.
The deployment is part of the telco's digital transformation efforts.