back to article Rackspace invites itself into your data centre

Rackspace will bring its cloud to you: the company has revealed a new offering whereby it will pour OpenStack into a box and run it from its own data centres, a third party's bit barn or your own premises. On-premises clouds are all the rage at present: Microsoft's AzureStack is in preview and is winning support from the likes …

  1. Ole Juul

    What about bandwidth?

    So now we're back to keeping data on premises. But for web availability where's the bandwidth going to come from? I suppose some businesses have it, but most aren't going to be able to compete with a good DC with strong peering.

    1. Nate Amsden

      Re: What about bandwidth?

      I think this means any data center colo included. Doesn't matter to rackspace.

  2. jake Silver badge

    No, thank you.

    It's easier (and safer/more secure) to roll it out for myself.

    But ta for the option :-)

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