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Rackspace Brings Order to Cloud Server Chaos with Cloudkick

December 16, 2010 No Comments

As organizations migrate to cloud-based data centers, the scalability that was originally a benefit can become a handicap, and the promise of more efficient computing becomes ethereal. Rackspace hopes to help IT admins find some peace of mind and reclaim the cloud from the chaos with the acquisition of Cloudkick.

Based in San Francisco, Cloudkick is a two-year old startup initially funded by Y Combinator. The fundamental focus of Cloudkick is to enable customers to manage and maintain all servers from a single dashboard regardless of where they are located–scattered across the cloud or spread between the cloud and on-premise data centers.

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