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Windows Server 2003 End-Of-Life Support Rapidly Approaching: What’s Your Action Plan?

By Kenan Rappuchi, Managing Partner & Chief Revenue Officer, Website Movers International (WSM)
Filed in Cloud Industry Insights on March 18th, 2014 by Kenan Rappuchi

Inside My Home Rackspace Private Cloud, OpenStack Lab: From Bare-Metal To Seven Nodes (My Cloud So Far)

For the last several weeks I’ve been explaining the setup of my home Rackspace Private Cloud and OpenStack lab. From the basic hardware configuration and adding compute nodes to adding high availability and using Neutron networking.…

Filed in Cloud Industry Insights on March 17th, 2014 by Kevin Jackson

A SXSW Interactive Recap From Rackspace Specialists

We had dozens of Rackspace specialists on the scene at SXSW in Austin last week. Throughout the festival we had a full schedule of events, sessions and talks. We also had Rackers covering the latest and greatest tech news and insights throughout the show.
Filed in Cloud Industry Insights on March 17th, 2014 by Andrew Hickey

Rackspace Weekly Digest: March 14

SXSW dominated Austin this week, as the festival moved full steam ahead.  Along with SXSW, we examined the differences between Solum and Cloud Foundry, welcomed a new training program to the Open Cloud Academy, took an inside look at our Rackspace Developer Conference and much more. Let’s dig int…

Filed in Cloud Industry Insights on March 14th, 2014 by Andrew Hickey

The Slash Factor: The Secret Sauce To A Hackathon That Rocks

Waves of palpable excitement moved through the throng of developers, musicians and media as Slash took the stage at the end of the epic 12-hour Slashathon hackathon and aptly proclaimed, “That was a hell of a lot of fun!”
Filed in Cloud Industry Insights on March 13th, 2014 by Vyjayanthi Vadrevu

Women In Tech Initiatives Take Spotlight At SXSW

In recent years, the days before, during and after SXSW have become a playground for announcing new products, from Foursquare in 2009 to Flavors.me in 2010 and TOMS sunglasses in 2011. This year, the spotlight was trained on initiatives and programs designed to help more women build careers in techn…

Filed in Cloud Industry Insights on March 13th, 2014 by Leezia Dhalla

SXSW: Encouraging Girls To Pursue Careers In Tech

In less than a month I will become a father. After last year’s SXSW, I wrote two pieces of advice to a hypothetical daughter, but this time around everything has become more real. My wife and I don’t know the gender of our child, and while I love a good surprise, we’ve had a devil of a time pi…

Filed in Cloud Industry Insights on March 13th, 2014 by Garrett Heath
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CodeDay: Getting High School Students Excited About Code

If you want to be inspired by high school students who strive to better themselves and learn how to code in this Big Technology world we live in, than keep an eye open for one of the many CodeDay events going on across the country.
Filed in Cloud Industry Insights on March 13th, 2014 by Carla Crull

Linux For Ladies: A New Tech Education Program For Women

When we launched the Open Cloud Academy last year, one of our goals was to help make technology careers and education more inviting to women and minorities. We want to help improve talent diversity in our industry.
Filed in Cloud Industry Insights on March 12th, 2014 by Duane LaBom

A Tale Of Two Approaches To The Platform Service Layer: Cloud Foundry And Solum

Getting an application designed, tested and running, then updating and improving it is no easy task — even in the best of times. There is a continuing quest for tooling that delivers automation of this work to allow more focus on what matters most: fast, efficient development. This automation …

Filed in Cloud Industry Insights on March 11th, 2014 by Adrian Otto
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