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Every company seeks the magical five nines -- or 99.999% availability. If major providers can't promise it, how can you get it?


Google's Kubernetes hot with Docker fever

Docker's dominance in the world of container technology caught Google's eye as the company steps up its open source containerization with Kubernetes.

Rackspace goes back to its roots to stand out in the cloud

Rackspace introduced a two-tiered pricing model that will move all future customers into managed services and provide greater pricing transparency as the hosting provider attempts to carve a niche in the IaaS space.

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