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For the past few years I’ve used this holiday period as a chance to do some prognostication. It’s a fun exercise – looking back at trends from the previous 12 months and trying to predict what’s next.
At Rackspace, we continually work to make it easier for you to gather and view your monitoring data. We want the monitoring data for whichever products you use to be immediately available to you.
The time has come. IT must reinvent itself or risk becoming irrelevant. It’s just not possible for IT to function effectively any longer in a traditionally reactive role. Rather, IT must carve out a more strategic relationship within the business by becoming a service broker.
Want to know how Tipsy Elves survived the Shark Tank effect (again)? Or learn how to build a disaster recovery solution using Site Recover Manager? Or get an update on OpenStack? You can get all of that and more in this week’s digest.
Startup MuniBilling is a cloud-based SaaS solution for small government and property management companies or any other entity that needs to bill for a recurring or metered bill, such as water, sewer and/or trash services. MuniBilling’s goal is to be the most affordable and modern solution to replace legacy enterprise products that many municipalities use today.
In my last post, I described how to use VMware® vCenter™ Site Recovery Manager™ to orchestrate the failover of a group of virtual machines (VMs) from one location to another. I also discussed the importance of planning when it comes to using Site Recovery Manager.
By Evan Mendelsohn, Founder, Tipsy Elves
Rackspace last month sponsored the Texas Conference for Women; it was a new experience for the company.
“IT as a Service Broker” ranked No. 4 in Gartner’s Top 10 Technology Trends for 2014.
A lot of the talk at OpenStack Summit Paris this month centered on the current state of OpenStack and its future. As the four-year-old project continues to grow and mature, what will OpenStack look like in five, 10 or 15 years?
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