Rackspace today announced plans to provide comprehensive solutions across the entire technology transformation lifecycle.
These four solution areas focused on cloud optimization, security, cloud-native enablement and data modernization, bring to market the company’s significant multi-cloud expertise under the new name Rackspace Technology.
These efforts are a culmination of the company’s massive transformation over the past year, led by CEO Kevin Jones.
“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 Kevin Jones, CEO, Rackspace Technology. “Our new name, mission and multi-cloud solutions better represent the full value we bring to market. Our mission is simple. Embrace technology. Empower customers. Deliver the future.”
Rackspace Technology’s new multi-cloud solutions empower customers to address this challenge and meet new demands. The new solutions provide customers with the following benefits:
• Cloud Optimization empowers customers to improve costs and performance for a changing market while delivering the experience their end customers demand.
• Cloud Security provides customers with expert security and compliance services for the enterprise and the cloud.
• Cloud-Native Enablement accelerates multi-cloud transformation with the cloud-native application, data, and security built-in a DevOps culture.
• Data Modernization helps customers make predictive, data-driven decisions that accelerate innovation and increase ROI leveraging modern data analytics.
“Our first year of savings with Rackspace was in the 40-45% range versus our historical run costs. As we’ve continued to optimize, our second and third year of savings will be more than 60%,” said Scott Strickland, EVP & CIO, Wyndham Hotels & Resorts. “Rackspace has been a tremendous partner, and their strategic shift to double down on new multi-cloud solutions addresses our long-term business needs.”