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Rackspace Adds Services to Open Cloud Platform

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Rackspace Adds Services to Open Cloud PlatformRackspace Adds Services to Open Cloud PlatformRackspace is building out its Open Cloud platform by adding Managed and Critical Application Services.

With the company's Critical Application Services package, Rackspace customers can delegate the task of of running "vital applications" with a 100 percent uptime guarantee. The service includes infrastrustcure, performance, and URL monitoring.

The firm's Managed Cloud Services are now available for seven new products that were recently launched as part of the Open Cloud platform. According to Rackspace, the offering provides access to a team "that can help them plan, deploy, and run websites or applications on the Rackspace open cloud."

The Managed Cloud Services are available for the company's OpenStack Cloud Servers and Cloud Databases, OpenStack Cloud Files and Cloud Block Storage, Cloud Monitoring and Cloud Backup, as well as Cloud Load Balancers, Cloud DNS and Cloud Networks.


Wolfgang GruenerWolfgang GruenerWolfgang Gruener is a contributor to Tom's IT Pro. He is currently principal analyst at Ndicio Research, a market analysis firm that focuses on cloud computing and disruptive technologies, and maintains the conceivablytech.com blog. An 18-year veteran in IT journalism and market research, he previously published TG Daily and was managing editor of Tom's Hardware news, which he grew from a link collection in the early 2000s into one of the most comprehensive and trusted technology news sources.

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