Rackspace Technology launches Rackspace SDDC Solutions

As businesses continue to shift from internally managed data centres to the cloud, Rackspace Technology provides targeted solutions for private cloud workloads.

Rackspace Technology has launched Rackspace Technology Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC) Rackspace SDDC Enterprise, Rackspace SDDC Business, and Rackspace SDDC Flex. These new offerings will provide targeted solutions for organisations to bridge the gap between the cloud and data centres.

As organizations continue to move out of internally managed data centres to the cloud, Rackspace Technology is uniquely positioned to help customers with their private cloud strategy and determine the best place for their workloads. The launch of Rackspace SDDC Solutions will allow Rackspace Technology to continue to put customers first through private cloud modernisation and innovation.

“We are proud of our progress in providing solutions for organisations to strategically manage their private cloud workloads and modernise their operations,” said Josh Prewitt, Chief Product Officer Rackspace Technology. “With the launch of Rackspace Technology SDDC Enterprise, Business, and Flex, we continue to invest alongside our customers in their private cloud journey and help them get the most from their cloud transformation projects.”

Rackspace Technology has decades of experience developing tailored, bespoke private cloud solutions that provide the best of both private and public clouds. We help organisations achieve their goals, from improving customer service to increasing internal efficiency to scaling growth. With the launch of Rackspace Technology SDDC Enterprise, Business, and Flex, customers across a wide array of industries, from healthcare and financial services to retail and automotive, can leverage highly targeted advice and resources to meet their private cloud needs.

“No two organisations’ cloud journeys are alike, so we want to provide customers with the ability to strategically manage their private cloud workloads to meet their individual needs,” added Prewitt.

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