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OpenStack Invocation center- Growth Hacking of Open Cloud Platform

Intel and Rackspace are collaborating on an OpenStack Invocation center. it will be a Largest OpenStack developer cloud with 1000-node clusters. The project will bring together OpenStack engineers from Rackspace and Intel to advance the scalability, manageability and reliability of OpenStack by adding new features, functionality and eliminating bugs through upstream code contributions. 238 more words

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My VMworld Presentations

I plan to deliver the following three presentations at VMworld next week in the Rackspace Booth.

Upgrade to vCenter Site Recovery Manager 6.0 and vSphere Replication 6.0:  Four Keys to Success. 363 more words

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Connect Sitecore xDB To A MongoDB On Rackspace's ObjectRocket Platform With SSL

This was a fun experience. Anyway, let’s go. Got a 5GB $149/mo Medium pricing package from Object Rocket (Note: Small does not have SSL in its package). 383 more words

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Rackspace Pops 5% After Reporting Lackluster Q2 Results Buttressed By The Promise Of Share Buybacks

Following the bell today, Rackspace reported its second-quarter financial performance. The company mostly missed street expectations, with lower-than-expected revenue, and earnings-per-share that just met expectations. Shares in the hosting company are up just under 6 percent in after-hours trading. 358 more words

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Rackspace Pops 5% After Reporting Lackluster Q2 Results Buttressed By The Promise Of Share Buybacks

Following the bell today, Rackspace reported its second-quarter financial performance. The company mostly missed street expectations, with lower-than-expected revenue, and earnings-per-share that just met expectations. Shares in the hosting company are up just under 6 percent in after-hours trading. 358 more words

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"...Heading into earnings, Rackspace was worth just over $4.5 billion..." - original author

Robert Scoble Interview

Noted Tech-Blogger Robert Scoble interviewed Weidong Yang, CEO and Chief Developer for Kineviz, at Geekdom about the Interactive Motion Tracking system Kineviz created for BoxDev 2015. 12 more words

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