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Microsoft invests in Israel based cloud security startup Aqua Security

Aqua Security, the platform provider for securing virtual container applications, today announced it has secured US$9 million in Series A funding, led by Microsoft Ventures. The Aqua Container Security Platform delivers security solution for containerized environments, supporting Docker on both Windows and Linux, and available for on-premises deployment or on Azure, AWS and Google clouds.
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