Cloud accounting software developer Xero, a long-term Rackspace customer, is migrating to AWS for platform as a service.
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Cloud accounting software firm Xero deploys SQL Server 2012 on Rackspace infrastructure to gain resilience, uptime, and scalability.
Rackspace has added a new management user interface to its private cloud software that could make it easier for IT administrators to run their cloud environments.
Rackspace has packaged up OpenStack with an automated installer to take the complexity out of getting a tester on-premise version of the cloud software up and running
Google is trying to position itself as a more reliable IaaS provider than Amazon Web Services. But given that its cloud technology is proprietary, can it meet enterprise demands for openness and transparency?
Clouds based on open-source OpenStack software may not be as good at ingesting large amounts of data as those from Microsoft or Amazon, a study has found.The study evaluated Amazon Web Services, Windows Azure and Rackspace Cloud Files, and was released by cloud storage specialist Nasuni on Wednesday.
Rackspace has acquired Cloudkick in a move that will give the company software that can manage various cloud computing environments and automate them.
The virtualisation company has unveiled its OpenCloud technology, which aims to make the transfer of data between internal networks and external platforms easier
Rackspace on Tuesday rolled out Cloud Tools, a repository of partner tools, applications and services for cloud computing.The marketplace puts apps and tools into four buckets:Monitoring and reporting;Development tools;Systems management;And client software.
Cloudkick, a startup that delivers cloud server management software, on Friday rolled out a feature that allows customers to hop between providers---Rackspace, Amazon EC2, Microsoft and others---based on price. At its launch March 16 Cloudkick's service primarily managed Amazon Web Services accounts.
Rackspace announced that the company was going to add hosting virtual servers to its list of services for those needing access to a physical server without having to acquire the server, necessary software and hire an IT administrative staff. It will be interesting to learn how successful this offering is.
Rackspace, a company that hosts Web sites for small- and medium-sized businesses, has signed a partnership to use Red Hat's e-commerce software, the companies plan to announce Monday. The deal will mean customers can take advantage of servers with software for tasks such as online catalog sites with ties to payment and ordering systems.
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