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Recently, we launched the Rackspace Managed Cloud. At the center of our Managed Cloud strategy is our core strength – our exceptional customer service, known as Fanatical Support.
I’m a developer – even if lately I spend more of my time in something other than a text editor. My amazing team and I – along with Rackers throughout the organization – focus on something called “Developer Experience.”
This week, Rackspace held the first of three one-day Rackspace::Solve summits. At Rackspace::Solve San Francisco, innovative companies Alex and Ani, Chartboost, CoreOS, Docker, New Relic, SunPower, WePay and Zulily showcased how they overcome pressing challenges in their businesses and for their customers.
Solving business challenges. That was the focus Monday at Rackspace::Solve San Francisco, the first of three one-day summits that showcased how companies are overcoming the toughest challenges in their businesses and for their customers.
Mobile is more than a distraction; it’s becoming ubiquitous across industries ranging from smart grids that run on mobile technology to farms run on data from mobile sensors. Regardless of what business you’re in, mobile will touch the way you work and do business.
By Charlie Minesinger, Director of Sales, Distil Networks
A few weeks ago, we provided some helpful tips to make your business more mobile.
Rackspace processes over a million metrics every minute as we monitor the IT infrastructure of hundreds of thousands of customers. That’s a lot of data.
We’ve heard your feedback: you want to apply preferred configurations across your entire environment, and you want it to be fast. You want to save and iterate on your favored set-up and use it as a template that can be shared. You want to update configurations in mere seconds. Server-side Configuration gives you what you’ve been asking for: configuration files that can be easily updated, shared, and used with automation tools.
So you managed to survive the first post and are still hungering for more? Don’t worry, I got you covered. This time around, we’ll get into more of the peripheral, optional components that might be useful to you. The format will largely be the same as the first post, so let’s get right to it.
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