BootStack managed cloud factsheet

BootStack, is a the fully managed cloud offer from Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu.

BootStack is a true end to end offer including the design, implementation, and ongoing management of an OpenStack cloud on Ubuntu, followed by an optional transfer of the management function to the customer if desired.

The cloud will be built on Ubuntu OpenStack with the KVM hypervisor, and the full set of tools from Canonical: MAAS, Juju, and Landscape. The cloud can be built on the hardware at the customer’s datacentre, or one of Canonical’s hosting partners.

Factsheet highlights

  • What is included in the BootStack offer, in terms of building, operation and transfer
  • What are some of the benefits of BootStack to your business
  • Details and pricing
  • How to get started

 

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