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Brad Duncan is a Security Researcher at Rackspace, where he investigates suspicious network activity and identifies threats from various groups. This blog entry discusses the results of ongoing research into one such criminal operation. 
San Antonio’s fledgling tech ecosystem is gaining serious momentum thanks to a new grassroots organization, an ongoing tech training effort and a shot of support from the White House.
As is often the case with Rackspace, things are moving fast and furiously, and I’m thrilled to be right in the middle of all of it.
From keynotes, design sessions, new leading technologies and operator discussions, Rackers were out front, engaging and participating, at last week’s OpenStack Summit in Vancouver.
Women of OpenStack is exactly what it sounds like — a group for women who work on OpenStack to collaborate, communicate and support one another.
The evolution of your IT department is here.
Jonathan Bryce, executive director of the OpenStack Foundation, on Monday kicked off the summit by announcing the roll out of base interoperability tests and requirements that will help define a common core for all OpenStack products. This process, called DefCore, means certain standards must be met in each OpenStack-powered environment, whether private, public or hybrid.
Tech has long had a reputation of being a male-dominated industry where women are drastically underrepresented.
Five years ago, a small group of 75 developers flocked to Austin, Texas, for the first-ever OpenStack Summit. What began as a low-key gathering has since morphed into an internationally recognized event with a global following.
Anne Gentle is a bit of a legend in OpenStack circles. She is the original OpenStack documentation person, a founding member of the Women of OpenStack group and a long-standing member of the Technical Committee, among other roles.
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