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Rackspace Buys MongoDB Hosting Provider ObjectRocket

According to GigaOm, Rackspace has acquired MongoDB hosting provider ObjectRocket, of which I’ve heard about only recently when I learned something absolutely fascinating:

The cloud is broken. It’s not designed to properly run persistent data stores like MongoDB. ObjectRocket is designed from the ground up to fix this problem.

Rackspace first thing to do after signing the docs is to take this page out.

Original title and link: Rackspace Buys MongoDB Hosting Provider ObjectRocket (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)