News 4 WOAI co-anchor Randy Beamer stopped by Rackspace HQ to get a feel for Racker culture. See the video and read Randy’s thoughts on The Castle and Rackspace culture.
The Rackspace Cloud founders talk about how Cloud Sites helped one small web agency handle millions of hits to their website.
CloudU Notebooks is a weekly blog series that explores topics from the CloudU certificate program in bite sized chunks, written by me, Ben Kepes, curator of CloudU. How-tos, interviews with industry giants and the occasional opinion piece are what you can expect to find. If that’s your cup of tea, you can subscribe here. Running […]
This is a guest post written and contributed by Doug Jury, vice president of sales for Zadara Storage, a Rackspace Cloud Tools partner and maker of Virtual Private Storage Arrays (VPSA), cloud-based iSCSI storage. The three-legged stool is a staple in many homes today. It’s easy to use, requires no adjustments and anyone can set […]
Ok. So what is the Cloud DB Client? It’s a user interface packaged as a Google Chrome extension for the Rackspace Cloud Database API service. Here it is here (click to enlarge): I wrote the CloudDB Client for Rackspace Cloud Databases – now available in an Early Access program — to grow the audience of […]
Since February, I have enjoyed writing about my experiences of attempting to startup a business while working a day job. This past month, however, has been a bear for me. In the Rackspace office, our team has been going full tilt, producing content for our channels and campaigns. We have ramped up content production not […]
This is a guest post written and contributed by Avigail Ofer, director of marketing at Xeround, a Rackspace Cloud Tools Partner. Xeround is an elastic, always-on database-as-a-service for MySQL applications. Xeround Cloud Database, the zero-management database-as-a-service for MySQL applications, is now available in Rackspace’s UK datacenter, enabling cloud users running their apps in Rackspace’s UK datacenter to create […]
There is no denying that Shadow IT is happening in businesses, whether it’s end users buying cloud instances or storage capacity on their credit cards. It’s up to IT and decision makers to ensure that Shadow IT is properly executed to avoid issues.