What is a private cloud?
A private cloud is a scalable cloud environment, built on infrastructure that’s purely dedicated to your business. Whether you host it in your data centre, a partner data centre, or at a Rackspace facility, you’ll get the agility and efficiency of an Openstack-based public cloud for your own use. Whether you would like Rackspace’s experts to design a bespoke cloud for you, or if you want to download our free and simple private cloud installer, we can build the perfect cloud for your business and back it with tailored support options.
We also offer a training and certification program, with real-world situations in a training lab environment to help you get the most from your private cloud solution.
Cloud operations and OpenStack expertise
We helped build OpenStack, and currently run the world’s largest open cloud- our experience building it can help you maximise your private cloud. Additionally, our findings from hosting many private clouds become part of the continued evolution of our Private Cloud software, and our training programs.
Organisations across the world are realising the benefits of cloud computing, and the huge potential it offers. We can help you find out how to properly design, deploy, and operate an OpenStack private cloud at scale. Through our training and certification programme, you can walk away understanding the fundamentals of setting up, administering, and troubleshooting Rackspace Private Cloud, all with real-world situations in a training lab environment.
Tailored to your environment
We’ll work with you directly on designing, deploying and running your private cloud, wherever you choose to run it. Because of that, we’ll know exactly how to help support you when you need it. In addition, we have dedicated teams with the skills to run your private cloud at scale, so you can focus on your business whilst we run your cloud.
Free download of Rackspace Private Cloud software
Harness the power of open source. Our free download means you can deploy clouds in mere minutes, and start enjoying the benefits of vendor freedom. You’ll avoid costly software licensing fees and enjoy a continual stream of features being developed by over 100 contributing companies. Find out more about OpenStack.