Rackspace recently launched a product called Cloud Block Storage, and many people are curious to find out exactly what it can do. I think, however, you probably have a good idea about what it is already; so before we talk about the cloud, let’s talk about your home computer.
Joomla is one of the most awesome pieces of software out there, and there are four main reasons that it excites me and why I continue contributing to the Joomla community and an advocating for this CMS.
Around the holidays, getting cash for a gift might make you think that the person didn’t put a lot of thought into your present. However, in the world of server configurations, giving cache to your customers is probably one of the best things you can do.
Rackspace now offers multiple region support for Cloud Files, a feature that allows our customers to select in which U.S. data center they would like to store content. Our Dallas and Chicago data centers are the first two data centers included in our multi region support. In other words, you can choose to store your data in our Chicago data center, Dallas data center, or in both regions. This new feature adds to our existing Cloud Servers capability to choose in which U.S. data center to build your Cloud Server.
We frequently update our products, and Cloud Files is no exception. In this series of technical posts, we’ll dig into how developers using the Cloud Files API can leverage new capabilities in Rackspace Cloud Files.