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Summer is well under way, but we haven’t taken a vacation from creating new features in RightScale. So put down your umbrella drink and try out some new RightScale features. Here is a summary of the capabilities we added in June.Read more
Last month was "may"hem here at RightScale: In May we released many new features including easier instance provisioning for Azure, VMware, Rackspace, OpenStack, and SoftLayer clouds as well as support for outbound-only connections from OpenStack clouds.Read more
We’ve been hard at work building new features into the RightScale platform. Here is a summary of the capabilities we’ve added over the past couple months, including AWS Reserved Instances utilization, Windows workload management, VMware vSphere support for volumes with snapshot, and more.Read more
The ability to natively manage workloads across VMware vSphere, AWS, and other clouds from a single pane of glass is a topic that we’ll be covering this week at AWS re:Invent in the session "AWS and VMware: How to Architect and Manage Hybrid Environments." Here's a preview of the topics we will be covering in depth.Read more
The Great 2014 Cloud Reboot continues, with Rackspace announcing late Friday a scheduled reboot all Standard, Performance 1, and Performance 2 Next Generation Cloud Servers infrastructure that began Sunday, September 28, 2014. Here's what you need to know and how you can build in redundancy to protect against future maintenance, downtime, and outages.Read more
With the news of a significant AWS reboot going out to many AWS customers, RightScale is sharing some FAQs with the best information we have. We will update these as we get new or different information.Read more
Today Amazon Web Services (AWS) notified its customers that it will be rolling out an urgent patch to hosts causing a maintenance reboot of EC2 instances over the next several days starting on September 26, 2014. We've got the rundown on what you can expect and how to mitigate it.Read more