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Rackspace Builds Highly Available Cloud Using Red Hat OpenStack Platform

Rackspace is known for our expertise building highly available solutions for our customers, so it should be no surprise that we’ve been able to apply that competency to managed OpenStack solutions for both our upsteam offering and  211 more words


The Architecture Behind Rackspace Private Cloud Powered by Red Hat OpenStack

When Rackspace and Red Hat came together to create a managed private cloud, we knew this offering needed to support enterprises looking to transform themselves using the latest technological innovations. 119 more words


How to Encourage Prospects for Transition to the Cloud

Although cloud computing has proved its credibility in leveraging business outcomes in this decade, it is difficult to turn the minds of those adamant businesspeople who do not wish to break the traditional walls. 475 more words

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xend Error: Acquire running lock failed: 256

Recently I encountered this issue in OVMM 3.2.9  while starting a vm with

xm create <vm.cfg path>

The reason behind this found was : the vm was not shutdown properly  and the lock file is still there even if VM is down.

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Assembling OpenStack as a Service with Rackspace and Red Hat

I am a huge comic book movie fan, loving the resurgence in popularity of superhero movies over the past decade. I particularly enjoy superhero team movies such the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s “Avengers.” There is something spectacular about watching individual heroes, powerful in their own right, accomplish even more by working together towards a common goal. 131 more words


Enterprise Private Cloud, Just a FAD or the Whole nine yard?

Audience: If you are evaluating and contemplating the use of private cloud, if you are keen to understand the cloud benefits beyond the public cloud, if you are interested in benefits of cloud in the enterprise context. 3,231 more words

7 Amazing Features In Office 365 That May Not Be Know To You

Most of us might have heard of Office 365 , but only few people know what it actually is. So to explain briefly, Microsoft has introduced a cloud version of the Office, known as Office 365, that can be subscribed by paying a specific amount of money either monthly or annually. 518 more words

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