Rackspace Cloud Sites in Numbers
Cloud servers are now more accessible than ever; the cloud is now available for non-techie website and blog owners who either don’t have the knowledge about server management or don’t have the time to manage the server technicalities. Indeed, reliable, scalable and supported cloud-based hosting is now widely available.
With a fully-supported cloud hosting, you don’t have to manage cloud servers yourself – all you need to worry is the business side of your website or blog.
Rackspace, one of the leading cloud companies today, released an interesting infographic a couple of weeks ago. The infographic is a bit self-promotional, visualizing data from Rackspace’s fully managed cloud hosting service, Rackspace Cloud Sites: How many sites running on the cloud hosting platform worldwide, how much traffic it can handle, how fast is the support response, and some more interesting data.
Here’s the Rackspace Cloud Sites infographic to help you consider whether Rackspace is the right cloud hosting for your website…
Via Rackspace Blog
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