Rackspace OpenStack

Rackspace OpenStack

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Score 9.5 out of 100
Rackspace OpenStack

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Rackspace OpenStack

$0.12

Cloud
per GB/per month

Entry-level set up fee?

  • No setup fee

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  • Free Trial
  • Free/Freemium Version
  • Premium Consulting / Integration Services

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Product Details

What is Rackspace OpenStack?

Rackspace delivers OpenStack private clouds as-a-service, architected like a public cloud and designed for scale and service availability to any data center in the world. It includes a 99.99% API Uptime SLA.

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Rackspace Delivers OpenStack as a Service

Rackspace OpenStack Technical Details

Deployment TypesSaaS
Operating SystemsUnspecified
Mobile ApplicationNo

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Score 8 out of 10
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I used the Openstack platform for the Rackspace platform for a virtual private server on their public cloud end of things. I was using it to test out some applications for websites and wanted to have a cost effective way to get it up and running. I needed something more robust and had used Rackspace for other services before using their Openstack platform, which seemed to be the way to go. Super simple to get it up and running, did not take long at all.
  • Quick uptime
  • Simple Signup
  • Lots of options on what you need
  • Rackspace is a known company (not some unknown startup)
  • Support does not seem to be what it use to be, use to be a solid 10 when dealing with them, now more like an 8
  • Pricing can be tricky to figure out
  • For some people too many options.
Need to get an application up and running, then I would say the open stack is a great place to test it out. Why spend time setting things up when you can let them do it for you? Many people also have experience with using Rackspace in some capacity so its an easier learning curve for many people.