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In 2010, Rackspace contributed the source code of its Cloud Files product to the OpenStack project under the "Apache License to become the OpenStack Object Storage component.[33][34]

In April 2012, Rackspace announced it would implement OpenStack Compute as the underlying technology for their Cloud Servers product. This change introduced a new control panel as well as add-on cloud services offering "databases, server "monitoring, "block storage, and "virtual networking.[35] In 2015, two Rackspace executives were elected to the board of the OpenStack Foundation.[36]

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