Domain name provider GoDaddy Operating Co. LLC has acquired Media Temple for an undisclosed price.
Los Angeles-based Media Temple provides web hosting and cloud services to digital designers and developers.
The two companies will operates independently. Scottsdale, Ariz.-based GoDaddy will gain access to Media Temple’s employees, who can share insight on services for web professionals. The deal was announced Oct. 15.
This is GoDaddy’s sixth acquisition over the past 15 months. Previously the company bought: Outright, a cloud-based financial management firm; M.dot Inc., a mobile application that allows users to create websites from a phone; Locu, a service that aims to publicize local businesses; Afternic, a domain name listing service; and Ronin, an online invoice company.
Not counting Afternic and Ronin, GoDaddy’s purchases were all completed under Blake Irving, a former Yahoo Inc. (Nasdaq: YHOO) executive who stepped in as GoDaddy CEO on Jan. 7.
GoDaddy is backed by private equity firms Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. (NYSE: KKR) and Silver Lake Partners.