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bluestripeMicrosoft today announced its acquisition of BlueStripe Software of Morrisville, N.C., with plans to integrate its application management technology into Microsoft System Center and Operations Management Suite.

Financial terms of the deal weren’t disclosed. The company says it will discontinue sales of BlueStripe’s existing technologies into Microsoft products, while continuing to support existing BlueStripe customers during the transition.

BlueStripe’s technology is used to monitor and troubleshoot applications across different operating systems, data centers and cloud platforms.

BlueStripe says in a statement on its site, “We have worked with Microsoft for years – they’ve been a great customer, a technology supporter, and IT management partner. Going forward, you will see BlueStripe’s technology play an even more important role as new data center and cloud solutions come to market. We are thrilled with the opportunity to be part of the next wave of IT innovation.”

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