It’s been another action-packed week here at Rackspace. And there’s a lot more to come. In case you missed anything, here’s a handy recap of some of the week’s biggest stories.
Rackspace Is The Open Cloud Company
On the heels of the launch of the Rackspace open cloud, Rackspace officially became “the open cloud company.” It’s much more than an enhancement to the Rackspace brand and a tagline on our logo; it reinforces our commitment to being a leader in open source and open cloud development.
How I Contribute To OpenStack…
Rackspace has built its open cloud on top of OpenStack, the open source cloud operating system that we co-founded. Now, we’re hearing from key OpenStack contributors about how they became involved in OpenStack and what contributions they’ve made to the community-driven effort. Hear directly from them in the new “How I Contribute To OpenStack” series. First up is Red Hat’s Mark McLoughlin. And if you’re an OpenStack contributor with insight to share, get in touch; we’d love to hear your story.
Developers Take Center Stage
When we launched the Rackspace open cloud earlier this month, our focus was on developers. The open cloud lets developers directly impact and influence the direction of products; provides early access to the code and APIs; and the offers ability to write tools and bindings for rapid integration.
Straight Talk on Cloud: Real-World Case Studies
Cloud isn’t easy. And MomentumSI, a leading cloud consultancy and Rackspace Cloud Builders Partner, has visibility into how enterprises are executing on their cloud initiatives. On Thursday, Aug. 23 from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. CT, MomentumSI will host a webinar that offers a no-nonsense look at what organizations have already done in the cloud and what they’re planning on doing. Register for the webinar to get straight talk on what’s happening in the cloud and learn from the success and failures of your peers.
We recently kicked off a new blog series from THINKstrategies Managing Director Jeff Kaplan discussing various considerations for SaaS in the cloud. In his most recent feature, Kaplan discussed eight key considerations when moving your SaaS model to the cloud.