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Bitfusion's New Cloud Adaptor Lets Developers Use GPUs And FPGAs In The Cloud

Disrupt Battlefield alum Bitfusion wants to help developers get to best compute performance out of their hardware, be it their legacy desktops or specialized high-performance compute clouds. 421 more words


Day Nineteen - Rackspace

Today, I am thankful for Rackspace. My husband works in a place he likes, doing a job he enjoys, with people he gets along with. That’s awesome and rare. 19 more words

Month Of Thankful

How is Cloud Computing Changing IT and Other Industries?

The advent and growing clamour for and popularity of cloud computing represents perhaps the biggest change ever experienced in IT and technology circles. Bigger than tablet technology, bigger than anything Apple has ever done, a bigger change even, than perhaps the first ever Windows operating system. 413 more words

Cloud Computing

Rackspace Debuts Containers as a Service on OpenStack

eWeek — TOKYO—Docker containers and the OpenStack cloud are getting a little closer today, thanks to the new Carina Containers as a Service announced by Rackspace. 71 more words


Rackspace Launches Carina, A Hosted Environment For Running Docker Containers

Rackspace is getting deeper into the container game. The company today announced the beta launch of its Carina container service. Carina gives developers access to a fully managed container environment that offers bare-metal performance and still allows them to use the same native Docker tools they are used to from their local development environments. 467 more words


OpenStack Foundation Announces Certification Program For Cloud Admins

The OpenStack Foundation, the nonprofit behind the increasingly popular open-source cloud computing project, today announced the launch of a certification program for OpenStack cloud admins during its bi-annual developer conference. 391 more words


Do Rackspace And Amazon Have China Futures With Aliyun's Overseas Growth?

China Tech News — In March 2015, Aliyun launched its first data center in Silicon Valley as it was starting to provide cloud services to users in North America and the world. 41 more words