Welcome to the Download, where we share some of the week’s tech stories that caught our attention.
No, not for your favorite puggle who sleeps on the couch all day long. You can now get insurance for those fluffy, slobbery and persistent production workloads running on Azure compute, and feel comfortable sleeping at night through Fanatical Support for Microsoft Azure. This game changing offering brings managed services to the Azure platform, allowing you to confidently transition from your datacenter to the cloud.
Rackspace is proud to support the 2015 OpenStack Silicon Valley event as a headline sponsor. Come to our “OpenStack Fleet Management: What Rackspace Has Learned” session for unique insight from Matt Van Winkle, Senior Manager of Operations at Rackspace.
Rackspace Intelligence is now generally available, giving customers a real-time and comprehensive overview of the health of their infrastructure at one glance.
As businesses continue to rely on email systems for data transmission, the possibility of those systems becoming a pathway for sensitive information leakage, be it unintentional or malicious, is an increasing risk. Rackspace Hosted Exchange with Data Loss Prevention provides a method to control sensitive data transmission and mitigate that risk.
If you’re curious how a Windows developer would go about starting an open source project, you aren’t alone. Our most recent Office Hours Hangout guest, Don Schecnk, found himself ready to start an open source project, but didn’t know where to start. Fortunately for us, he documented his process, and spoke with us about it on our […]
Principal architect for Rackspace Private Cloud Powered by OpenStack Philip Williams spoke at OpenStack India Day on storage architecture and technologies and the impact of OpenStack in energizing markets. He found high interest and energy among attendees and students.
Rackspace has been awarded a 2015 Australian Business Award for Best Service Product, honouring our Managed Cloud offering. This follows state and national CSIA award wins, and taking top spot at the CeBIT.AU awards earlier this year.
As email volume and dependence continues to skyrocket, so to do associated risks. Given that 70 percent of all email traffic is spam — the primary delivery method for viruses and malware — designing and implementing the right security solutions is crucial.