Are you still running important business applications and websites using Windows® Server 2003? Consider this:
As you continue to run Windows 2003, performance, security, and server management problems will continue to escalate, costing you time and money.
Upgrade to a newer version of Windows Server at Rackspace. You’ll get better performance, security, and management, plus Fanatical Support® from experienced Windows specialists. We’re a four-time Microsoft® Hosting Partner of the Year, and we even developed a free tool to help you determine what infrastructure you need. Download the Rackspace Cloud Assessment Tool now.
From self-service to fully managed, choose the migration option that works best for your business. Your choices are:
Move to a newer version of Windows on Rackspace Cloud Servers, and call on us for guidance if you need it. This approach is ideal for:
You can get started today with a public cloud account
Work with a third-party provider like Website Movers to get more comprehensive tools to fully assess your infrastructure and application requirements. Of course, you still benefit from Fanatical Support for help with your cloud architecture and migration planning. This approach is ideal for:
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We can provide a complete set of Professional Services and access to third-party tools to help you make your migration as smooth as possible. We'll help you plan a better-performing environment-and of course, we back it all up with Fanatical Support. This approach is ideal for:
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Whether you need to run Windows Server on the public cloud for scalability, or on a dedicated server to meet your compliance and performance needs, contact us. We'll help you choose from our portfolio of platforms and migrate to the ideal infrastructure for your app or site.
Control where you host, for flexibility and scalability with no vendor lock-in.
Run in our data center, yours, or a third party’s.
Get the performance you need from dedicated bare metal servers.
Combine public cloud, private cloud, and dedicated servers.