cloud images


Server Images

PrerequisitesThis article presumes that you have already used a Cloud Images export task to export one of your images from the Rackspace open cloud, that you understand how exported images are stored in Cloud Files as Dynamic...
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Prerequisites

The steps in this article assume that you have already properly prepared an image for import into the public cloud and that you have already installed the swiftly Cloud Files client. If you need help on either of...
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About Swiftly

Swiftly is a client tool you can use to upload and download objects to your Cloud Files account. Swiftly understands the requirements for storing large objects in Cloud Files. If you have a very large object (such...
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A common request we receive is, "Dear Rackspace, I've got a server in your DFW region and I want one exactly like it in SYD.  How can I make that happen?"

You can make it happen by using Cloud Images.  This article explains how...
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Server Management

You can use the Cloud Images service to import custom virtual machine disk images into the Rackspace open cloud.  In order for your images to be bootable as servers in the Rackspace cloud, however, they must be properly prepared...
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You can use the Cloud Images service to import custom virtual machine disk images into the Rackspace open cloud.  In order for your images to be bootable as servers in the Rackspace cloud, however, they must be properly prepared...
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You can use the Cloud Images service to import custom virtual machine disk images into the Rackspace open cloud. For such images to boot correctly, they must be prepared according to the following requirements and instructions....
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