Rackspace Adopts New Name and Launches New Multicloud Solutions

Rackspace has announced the company has changed its name to Rackspace Technology to better reflect the company’s diverse offerings. The renaming follows a series of acquisitions and new strategic partnerships that has allowed the company to expand its services considerably over the course of the past year.

The past year has seen Rackspace Technology undergo a massive transformation. The company has now gone all-in on multicloud to help its customers overcome the challenges of adopting a successful multicloud strategy. The company has now created a roadmap that will allow it to continue to deliver innovative solutions to help its customers across the entire technology transformation lifecycle and accelerate their multicloud transformation.

The company’s solutions are now divided into four key areas:

  • Cloud optimization – To help customers improve performance while reducing cloud costs to improve ROI
  • Cloud security – To help customers secure their cloud infrastructure and data and assist with compliance
  • Cloud Native Enablement – To accelerate customers’ multicloud transformation, including cloud native applications and data, with security built-in a DevOps culture.
  • Data Modernization – To help customers make predictive, data-driven decisions to accelerate innovation and ROI

“Our technical acumen with the world’s leading cloud technologies – across apps, data and security – empowers our customers to build new revenue streams, increase efficiency, and create incredible experiences,” said Rackspace Technology CEO, Kevin Jones. “Our new name, mission and multicloud solutions better represent the full value we bring to market. Our mission is simple. Embrace technology. Empower customers.​ Deliver the future.”

Author: Steve Alder has many years of experience as a journalist, and comes from a background in market research. He is a specialist on legal and regulatory affairs, and has several years of experience writing about HIPAA. Steve holds a B.Sc. from the University of Liverpool.