Each week, Rackspace futurist Robert Scoble connects with startups and other innovative companies and shares his insights in his free, weekly email newsletter, Life and Tech. This week’s email is extra long, and comes a day early. Read the excerpt below to see why:
As part of Rackspace’s Fanatical Support for AWS, we’re publishing a series of posts from some of our top AWS-certified experts to help you understand our offering and get started. Here, DevOps engineers Jim Rosser and Martin Smith explain in detail some of the ways Fanatical Support for AWS can assist with scaling up and down for spikes in website traffic.
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on Oct. 7, 2015 by Jim Rosser and Martin Smith
Yesterday, Rackspace announced the launch of Fanatical Support for AWS. We are excited to bring this offer to our customers and we believe it provides Rackspace an opportunity to redefine the Fanatical Support® service we provide to them. The combination of the world’s leading cloud platform from AWS and the world’s leading provider of managed services from Rackspace will accelerate and simplify businesses’ move to the cloud.
As part of Rackspace’s Fanatical Support for AWS, we’re publishing a series of posts from some of our top AWS-certified experts to help you understand our offering and get started. Below, Director of AWS Strategy & Architecture James Cowe discusses what to expect when you onboard with Rackspace Fanatical Support for AWS.
The most innovative social media campaign, online storefront, or customer portal quickly loses value if response times degrade just as interest is peaking, or if a security breach compromises users’ data.
If you look back over the past three decades, you’ll see that we have increased our ability to collaborate and stay productive from anywhere, at any time, starting in 1983, with the advent of the first commercial available mobile phone in the United States. Since then, we’ve seen the evolution of mobile devices, from pagers, laptops, personal digital assistants, Blackberrys, iPhones, Android phones, all the way to tablets and “phablets.”