Rackspace on the Road – April 2011

Rackspace will be attending a shower of events this April. We’ll be traveling across the US to talk to with customers and prospects alike about cloud computing, OpenStack, our new Partner Program and all things tech. If we’re in a city near you, we’d love to connect with you.

Santa Clara, CA
April 4th – 7th

Featuring more than 120 educational sessions and presentations by to IT management experts covering today’s hottest IT topics – from cloud computing to energy efficient datacenters to virtualization to storage – and so much more.

EO 2011
Houston, TX
April 6th – 10th

This event is put on by the Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO) to connect EO members from around the world so that they can craft powerful, sustainable relationships that will last a lifetime. EO is for entrepreneurs only is a dynamic, global network of more than 7,500 business owners in 38 countries.


O'Reilly MySQL Conference & Expo 2011

MySQL Conference
Santa Clara, CA
April 11th – 14th

This technical conference will include topics like:

  • Learn the latest news from the MySQL ecosystem, including updates on Drizzle, MariaDB, Percona Server, and more
  • Discover how to integrate technologies like Postgres, Cassandra, Memcached, and Redis
  • Develop skills for scale-out using Java, PHP, Python, Perl, Ruby, and .NET
  • Understand real world experiences implementing projects using the MySQL ecosystem
  • Understand how to use Web 2.0 style architectures, particularly cloud based solutions
  • See the future potential of the ecosystem surrounding MySQL


Cloud Connections
Las Vegas, NV
April 17th – 20th

Cloud Connections brings together business decision makers, IT managers and directors, and developers to explore cloud computing services and products, deepen technical skills, and determine best-practices solutions for implementing private or public cloud infrastructure and services.


April 18th – 22nd

This hybrid conference is global event, covering latest trends and innovations in the world of cloud computing. Conference panels, workshops, and tutorials are selected to cover a range of the hottest topics in cloud computing.


Where 2.0
Santa Clara, CA
April 19th – 21st

The O’Reilly Where 2.0 Conference explores the intersection of location technologies and trends in software development, business strategies, and marketing. The source for all things location-aware, Where 2.0 brings together CTOs, marketers, developers, technologists, researchers, geographers, startups, business developers, and entrepreneurs, to shed light on the issues surrounding: Development – Mobile, Development – Location, Business & Strategy, Marketing.


IT Summit
Denver, CO
April 27th

The IT Summit serves top level technology executives from the government, education, and corporate sectors. The IT Summit provides focused and specialized event management. bringing buyers and vendors of technology solutions together.


IDG IT Roadmap
Denver, CO
April 28th

The IT Roadmap Conference & Expo series encompasses insight from Network World’s top editorial team, perspectives from respected industry analysts, valuable case studies from IT buyers and presentations from top technology solution providers.


Under the Radar
Mountain View, CA
April 28th

Under the Radar is a one-day business development conference that brings together bleeding-edge technology startups with early adopter buyers of technology with one purpose: 
to get deals done.


Funded by Night
Detroit, MI
April 28th

Funded By Night was carefully crafted over a couple cheap cigars and stale beer. It’s what entrepreneurs were hoping would miraculously appear: a chance for founders to showcase their startups and earn an excuse to continue living the dream.


CIO Perspectives
New York, NY
April 26th

The CIO Perspectives Forums are regionally focused one-day executive events for senior IT leaders at mid- to large-sized organizations in the private and public sectors. Produced by CIO magazine in partnership with sister organization, the CIO Executive Council, these Forums provide compelling, content-rich networking events where CIOs and senior executives can collaborate on business and technology issues ranging from the impact of local economic conditions to the most pressing national trends affecting IT in the enterprise.