Big Data: Moving from Complexity to Simplicity with Juju & Azure

Last month, we collaborated with Microsoft to hold two events in Austin and Los Angeles to showcase the power of Juju on Azure. Juju embeds DevOps best practices to let other users play and integrate in order to commoditize access to big data architectures and help developers to work in that space.

Join Canonical’s Strategic Programme Manager Samuel Cozannet as well as Product Manager Dustin Kirkland for a video recap of the session. Delve into Juju, containers, LXD, fan networking, and the cloud.

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