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Businesses of all shapes and sizes leverage Rackspace Private Cloud (RPC) powered by OpenStack as a key component of their architecture. In a nutshell, RPC takes OpenStack code from trunk and configures it using our Chef recipes based on our experience and expertise in running large OpenStack-powered clouds.
The newest version of Rackspace Private Cloud software is available for Early Access now, and it’s based on the latest and greatest OpenStack release: Havana.
The federation of multiple clouds in the real world isn’t far out of reach, and through a CERN openlab research project, CERN and Rackspace are probing the possibility of true federated hybrid clouds built on OpenStack.
Not all data is created equal. Each company’s data strategy needs to be laid out with consideration and thought as to what the future demands of the system might be. Although HadoopTM has its roots firmly planted in the JBOD and bare metal camps, users are increasingly trying to find ways to split up data processing based on workload requirements and on the nature of the type of query they are running.
EDITOR’S NOTE: This post is purely for educational purposes only. Rackspace Private Cloud does not officially support Galera.
At MySQL Connect 2013, I spoke about and demoed High Availability (HA) of MySQL for OpenStack. It was very well received. I’ve heard from many customers who view HA as too complex and do not want to touch it with a 10-foot network cable because there are a number of interrelated concepts and it becomes a pain to implement and test them all. On the other hand, the consequences of not implementing High Availability could be disastrous to a business.
As one of the pillars of hybrid cloud, Rackspace Private Cloud started with a mission to build and operate private clouds powered by OpenStack in our data center, in a colocation facility or in a customer’s data center. In this weekly blog series, we’ll profile some of the key members of the Rackspace Private Cloud team to give you a glimpse into the inner workings of a team that’s helping to define and deliver the future of private and hybrid clouds.
As one of the pillars of hybrid cloud, Rackspace Private Cloud started with a mission to build and operate private clouds powered by OpenStack in our data center, in a colocation facility or in a customer’s data center. In this weekly blog series, we’ll profile some of the key members of the Rackspace Private Cloud team to give you a glimpse into the inner workings of a team that’s helping to define and deliver the future of private and hybrid clouds.
Being an application developer with a very limited attention span, my test of any new technology or product is how quickly can I write my “Hello World” application. The Rackspace Private Cloud, which is based on OpenStack, is intended for a full-fledged data center with a number of compute, storage and network requirements, but I was still hoping to install it in just a few minutes.
As one of the pillars of hybrid cloud, Rackspace Private Cloud started with a mission to build and operate private clouds powered by OpenStack in our data center, in a colocation facility or in a customer’s data center. In this weekly blog series, we’ll profile some of the key members of the Rackspace Private Cloud team to give you a glimpse into the inner workings of a team that’s helping to define and deliver the future of private and hybrid clouds.
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