Love Is In The Air At FutureStack

You may have heard us recently proclaim how much we love developers and love to see killer applications built in the cloud.  To no surprise, New Relic, a close Rackspace partner, shares this same love.

This week, New Relic is hosting its first annual FutureStack conference in San Francisco, where developers and technologist are coming together to imagine and craft the future of modern software.

Since both Rackspace and New Relic focus on equipping you with the tools to build mind-blowing applications, we’d like to help you get started:

  • As a new Rackspace customer, sign up for our Developer Discount program and we’ll credit your account with $50 per month for six months.  That’s $300 of free cloud!
  • As a new New Relic customer, sign up and you’ll enjoy a 21-day trial of New Relic Professional Version (normally $199/ per month).  And, thereafter, get New Relic Standard Version for free! (it’s normally $49 per month).  Use promo code: RACPRC21PRO at

More on Rackspace Developer Discount
With the Rackspace Developer Discount, you’ll get complete access to all Rackspace Cloud services – Cloud Servers, Cloud Files, Cloud Databases and more.  Using the discount is simple: Sign up for a new Rackspace Cloud account in the US or UK and we’ll automatically credit your account $50 (£30 UK) per month for six months. That’s free cloud up to $50 per month – anything over $50, you’re responsible for. (SorryWe cannot apply this discount to existing Rackspace accounts at this time, but we are working on it.)

More on New Relic
New Relic is a software analytics company that makes sense of billions of metrics about millions of applications in real time. Its SaaS solution combines real user monitoring, server monitoring, application monitoring, and availability monitoring in a single solution built from the ground up. It changes the way organizations manage web and mobile application performance in real-time, enabling developers and operations teams to quickly and cost effectively monitor, troubleshoot, and tune application performance.

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