One of the recommendations we often make to our Cloud Servers customers is to always ensure you have valid backups of your servers and data. One of the most critical ways you can ensure this is to take a regular “image” of your Cloud Server. Today we offer you access to Scheduled Images for your next generation Cloud Servers.
You can now attach and detach networks from a live Cloud Server. You no longer need to create a snapshot of the server, and then build a new server from that image to attach or detach a network to/from a server.
Get the most out of SharePoint without having to deal with the management headaches with our new fully managed SharePoint solutions in the Rackspace Open Cloud. Cloud Servers for SharePoint offer the flexibility and cost savings of the cloud, delivered with our award-winning Fanatical Support, plus the SharePoint support, management and expertise that only Rackspace offers.
A leading industrial painting company has embraced all that cloud technology has to offer, specifically when it comes to documenting the work they’re doing as they continue to restore the Eads Bridge in St. Louis, Missouri, one of the country’s most historic bridges.
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.
We know that the public internet can be a scary place for servers. Log files of servers attached to public addresses show regular port scans and URL snooping and are a constant reminder that your hosts are one misconfiguration away from catastrophe.