At Rackspace::Solve New York on September 18, SumAll will discuss how it uses ObjectRocket and Rackspace to solve the challenges of big data and scale. Here’s a sneak peek from SumAll and registration information for Rackspace::Solve New York.
This week, we geared up for Rackspace::Solve New York; heard how noHold, Inc. uses the Managed Cloud; highlighted how infoplum-AFP handled billions of web requests during the World Cup; and much more. Check out all that and more in the weekly digest.
The Rackspace Cloud Sites team helped infoplum – AFP handle a major traffic crunch of soccer fanatics looking for real-time match info during the 2014 FIFA World Cup. The infoplum application was embedded on 161 websites, which were served to a worldwide audience in more than 20 countries and in more than 15 languages throughout the entire 32-day global soccer phenomenon. This resulted in 4.1 billion web requests, or 153 million hits per day and over 100 million pageviews.
Rackspace Startup Program member Flickflyer has used the Rackspace Managed Cloud to build an app that allows users to create and post video advertisements for items they’re selling.
Bot protection is key if you want to protect your website and your business.
At Rackspace::Solve New York (Thursday, September 18 at The Cipriani Wall Street), an exciting roster of cutting-edge companies will discuss about how they use technologies like virtualization, ecommerce, big data, DevOps and cloud architectures to drive real results and overcome technology challenges. Register now.
We asked Dan Ross, Security Risk Manger at Rackspace, to address common security and compliance questions that enterprise customers have around migration of virtualized workloads.
Artificial Intelligence provider noHold chose Rackspace Managed Cloud to deliver a world-class hybrid solution that combines the security and data integrity that its customers demand with the human touch of Rackspace Fanatical Support.
There’s a debate raging in IT about what steps established organizations should take to move their older traditional applications to the cloud.