Back in August, I unveiled Rackspace’s step into Microsoft virtualization and private cloud offerings. Well, today I am honored to tell you that Rackspace now supports Microsoft’s cloud platform, which includes Microsoft Hyper-V, System Center, Windows Server and Windows Azure Pack, in all of our U.S. data centers. Additionally, Rackspace is now a member of the Microsoft Cloud OS Network.
When we talk to our customers, we often hear one thing loud and clear: you want choice. You want us to have a robust portfolio where you have the flexibility to choose an option based on the price-performance requirements of your specific application or workload. The recent launch of Memory and Compute Workload-Optimized Cloud Servers provides you more options to choose from for each phase of your application development.
In our new How to Meet the Growing Demands on IT white paper, we offer four practical steps to help organizations beginning to transition from a traditional on-premises hardware and software management approach to an internal cloud services broker approach.
Rackspace Private Cloud Senior Director of Product Management Bryan Thompson stopped by for a live Google hangout to talk about our new production-ready application stacks and the latest release of Rackspace Private Cloud. Here’s a full recording of that hangout.
Rackers Drew Cox and Alan Bush caught up with James Denton, OpenStack Network Architect for Rackspace Private Cloud and author of Learning OpenStack Networking (Neutron), and Phil Hopkins, Rackspace Cloud Technologies Instructor, for a live Google Hangout digging into what’s new and what’s to come in Neutron. Here’s a full recording of that Hangout.
Among the OpenStack projects getting the most attention here at the OpenStack Summit Paris is the Neutron networking project. Here I take a look at some of the new things in Neutron.
Rackspace Startup Program member Fashion Metric is a big data SaaS solution that empowers apparel retailers and brands to gather intelligence about their customers and personalize the online apparel shopping experience.
Rackers Drew Cox and Alan Bush caught up with CERN’s Tim Bell and Racker Chris Jackson this week for a live Google Hangout from OpenStack Summit Paris. Here’s a full recording of that Hangout.