21st January, 2019 1 Min read
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Rackspace announced the launch of Rackspace Managed Database Services for Amazon Web Services, a suite of services designed to accelerate customers’ ability to leverage adoption of Amazon Aurora, Amazon Redshift, AWS Glue and Amazon Athena.
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As an AWS Partner Network Premier Consulting Partner with nearly 20 years of experience managing complex database environments, Rackspace has developed an end-to-end data management service designed to help customers architect, integrate, and optimize their environments with the relational database management system, data warehouse, and serverless services on AWS. Rackspace Managed Database Services for AWS helps customers prepare, load, and query vast sets of data more efficiently and effectively, while reducing operational costs and time to market.
This new offering is the latest example of how Rackspace is fulfilling its strategy to deliver modern IT as a service for its customers by offering unbiased expertise, a portfolio of cloud solutions, Fanatical Experience, and agile delivery of IT the way customers want.With its new Managed Database Services for AWS, Rackspace enables customers to store and analyze the rapidly increasing amount of data needed to run their organizations and meet their evolving business needs.
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