As one of the pillars of hybrid cloud, Rackspace Private Cloud started with a mission to build and operate private clouds powered by OpenStack in our data center, in a colocation facility or in a customer’s data center. In this weekly blog series, we’ll profile some of the key members of the Rackspace Private Cloud team to give you a glimpse into the inner workings of a team that’s helping to define and deliver the future of private and hybrid clouds.
Want a closer look at our new VMware® offering? Want a better understanding of what the hybrid cloud future looks like? Interested in seeing a technical demo of a next-generation orchestration tool, ServiceMesh Agility Platform™, which allows you to manage and control multiple heterogeneous clouds – all from a single pane of glass?
The hybrid cloud is the future for many companies. Businesses large and small are turning to blended infrastructure because it combines the best of all worlds: public cloud, private cloud and dedicated servers working together in any combination.
I know that it may be hard to believe, but the holiday shopping season is fast approaching. If you have an ecommerce site, or have aspirations to set up an ecommerce solution, you need to start preparing now.
This is a guest post written and contributed by Marc Haverland, CTO of TrackVia, a Rackspace Hybrid Cloud customer. The BIG Idea behind TrackVia is that average, non-technical business people should be able to design and build their own applications to better and more easily track, manage and do their work, whether it’s individual tasks, department programs or companywide functions.
Hybrid cloud architectures sound complex. In this two-part blog series, we seek to eliminate some of the confusion by digging deeper into the common characteristics of hybrid cloud architectures. Over the course of this series, we’ll define the hybrid cloud and highlight its five key architectural attributes to give you and your business a better understanding of why a hybrid cloud is the best fit for your workloads.
Rackspace has long been at the forefront of innovation, including our initial launch of RackConnect in 2011. Originally built as a one-off request to help power one customer’s environment, RackConnect, has grown up to be the backbone of our hybrid cloud by connecting your dedicated environment to your cloud environment. What many people don’t know is that RackConnect is built on top of the .NET Framework.