Talaria is a company that was building a dynamic web application server with a JIT based runtime in it has been acquired by Google with all of its staff. The application was still in a private beta when Google acquired it. The staff of the acquired company will join the Google cloud platform team.
Google has accepted the acquisition and its spokesperson said that:
The Talaria team has developed cutting-edge technology that helps people build and run websites more efficiently, and we think they’ll be a great addition to our Google Cloud Platforms team.
The web application server will help the Google’s cloud platform. A snippet from the announcement from Talaria is given below. Your views are important so make us hear your word in comments.
At Talaria, we set out to fix the way people build and run modern web sites and applications. Over the past two years, we’ve proven our technology by powering some of the most popular sites on the web. Now, by joining forces with Google’s Cloud Platform team, we’ll be able to help even more developers build and run their sites better.
We’d like to thank those people that helped us get here. Our investors and advisors that stood behind us, both in good times and bad. Our beta customers that pushed us, kicked the tires, and warmly invited us into their organizations. And finally, our friends and family that have gotten less attention and time than they deserve while we’ve been busy.
We’re excited about what we’ll deliver together with the Google Cloud Platform.
The Talaria Team