Rackspace partners with Pivotal to launch managed services for Cloud Foundry

Rackspace, that strongly focuses on managed services these days, now announced a partnership with Pivotal, a association behind a open source Cloud Foundry height as a use project. Rackspace already offers managed services for AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform, VMware, OpenStack and it is now adding Pivotal Cloud Foundry to this mix.

Rackspace, that finished a proclamation during a Solve discussion in New York today, will assistance enterprises that run Pivotal Cloud Foundry (and probably all Cloud Foundry users are enterprises) conduct their deployments, no matter either they are using them in a open or private cloud. This allows enterprises to outsource a government of their cloud and Rackspace guarantees a 99.99 percent uptime and a 15-minute response time for puncture issues.

Given that Cloud Foundry is now in use by many Fortune 100 companies — and there aren’t all that many alternatives for enterprises that wish to run their possess height as a use to rise and run their applications — it doesn’t come as a warn that Rackspace, too, wants to offer services around it. Indeed, it’s indeed startling that it hasn’t finished so already.

The reason for that might be that a prior offerings focused on infrastructure. With this move, Rackspace is removing into a managed height space and that’s something new for a company.

“Managed Pivotal Cloud Foundry is Rackspace’s initial step into a managed height space, as we pierce adult a smoke-stack to solutions that business wish a assistance with,” wrote Brannon Lacey, clamp boss of applications and platforms during Rackspace, in today’s announcement. “It is a resolution that helps business get adult and using on Pivotal Cloud Foundry fast and stay adult and running, with operational support and active monitoring. This way, in-house teams can concentration on creation and removing out to marketplace fast while Rackspace handles a backend.”

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