Embrace the change. Mobile is here to stay. Your 14-year-old niece is using her Samsung Galaxy to post photos of her “nail art” on Instagram and your family is using an iPad to stay connected via Facebook. Meanwhile, your customers are using their smartphones to search for local services while on the subway, tweeting you for customer support while waiting to get their oil changed and getting app recommendations from Apps for Execs during a lackluster conference call.
Hybrid cloud can be a game-changing move for your business. As an IT leader, you need the right information to make tough decisions about where to run workloads and how to manage your virtual environment. Should you go big or start small with hosting? How do you maintain your vision?
Last week, we hosted a live webinar, “Making Choices: What Kind of Relationship are you Seeking with your Database?,” in which we dug into the options available for the database tier of modern applications, particularly in the cloud.
More companies are turning towards a blended infrastructure to power their applications and to take advantage of cost savings, flexibility and security. That’s why Rackspace offers a true hybrid cloud portfolio: a mix of dedicated hardware, public cloud and the Rackspace Private Cloud.
You are pouring a sizeable portion of your life into building a world-class product. Amid the stress and passion of building out new features and fixes, it is important to also develop the discipline of automated testing and configuration management. Here’s why: