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Analytics have become part of our everyday experience. If you have a Fitbit you can see analytics on your weight loss and step goals over weeks at a time. If you are a stock owner you likely get data analysis on your portfolio and their returns over a certain period. In business, if you happen to use Mailchimp to send out newsletters, you often see analytics on opens, click-throughs and more.
This is a guest post written by Nigel Kersten, CTO of Puppet Labs, a Rackspace partner that makes IT automation software enables system administrators to deliver the operational agility and efficiency of cloud computing at enterprise-class service levels, scaling from handfuls of nodes on-premise to tens of thousands in the cloud.
EDITOR’S NOTE 01.28.14:This week, Robert Malnati of Cedexis will join our Rackspace Google+ Hangout to discuss this post and how to improve user experience. Please join us at 1 p.m. CST on Thursday, January 30: https://plus.google.com/events/ci6jnjin8gbcsf0l1v51qpd72fk
You may have heard us recently proclaim how much we love developers and love to see killer applications built in the cloud.  To no surprise, New Relic, a close Rackspace partner, shares this same love.
This is a guest post written and contributed by Allan Chappell, a developer with Promet Source, a Rackspace partner and an interactive web development agency specializing in open source tools.
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Virtual machines dominate the datacenter and are the basis for a ton of heavy lifting in compute. But there’s growing interest among demanding technology companies in containers, a form of operating system-level virtualization.
This is a guest post written and contributed by David Strauss, CTO at Pantheon, a Rackspace partner and all-in-one Drupal platform provider.
If there’s one thing all Rackers agree on, it’s that no two days at the office are alike when you work at Rackspace.
Businesses work with us because they trust us with their customers, their partners and, ultimately, their reputations. Over the past 15 years, we’ve had lots of successes and grown rapidly—but we couldn’t have done it alone.