Being an application developer with a very limited attention span, my test of any new technology or product is how quickly can I write my “Hello World” application. The Rackspace Private Cloud, which is based on OpenStack, is intended for a full-fledged data center with a number of compute, storage and network requirements, but I was still hoping to install it in just a few minutes.
Whether you have one or several Drupal applications hosted on shared or dedicated hardware, or multiple configurations and applications sharing or straining server resources, it may be time to consider a cloud hosting option. In this tutorial I will show you how to get that Drupal application from running on that old hardware and also give you some automation tools to get it flyin’ in the cloud.
Earlier this month, we updated the Rackspace Private Cloud Software, adding new features and support capabilities that give you the ability to quickly and easily deploy an OpenStack-powered private cloud in your data center.
Rackspace recently launched a brand-new DevOps blog that aims to deliver meaty technical content for developers. It’s seriously all tech, all the time: code snippets, sample code, best practices, infrastructure automation, software development kits (SDKs) and technical guidance from industry experts. Here are some recent posts:
When I first started working at Rackspace, it took time to get a server up and running. Customers had to sign contracts, cut purchase orders and wait for the server to be built. One of the most visible impacts of the open cloud revolution is that servers can be instantaneously created; giving anyone the power of computing resources.
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.
In our series on SharePoint permissions we have covered some of the basics that can help you understand how to create users, configure groups and add them to SharePoint. In this post we will look at some quick tips and tricks that you can use to help you manage permissions.